Advent Lookbook - One Wear Freedom

Advent Lookbook

To celebrate the beginning of Advent, we have put together a little advent calendar style Lookbook. Come back every Monday for that week's looks!
20 December, 2021
Spotlight on AKINSANYA - One Wear Freedom

Spotlight on AKINSANYA

At One Wear Freedom, we are dedicated to championing the work of traditional artisans who are either reviving or preserving traditional ways of working, that have been passed down from generation to generation. Such ways often guarantee that items are unique and individually handmade which is a far more sustainable way of creating as opposed to the current process of Fast Fashion which produces grossly excessive amounts of clothes for buyers that might not even exist. This results in huge amounts of waste that either contribute to landfill or incineration.

21 June, 2021
Summer Collection Launch - One Wear Freedom

Summer Collection Launch

The weather seems to disagree but Summer is coming and we’ve got you covered with our brand new Summer CollectionThere’s a whole new range of outfits for all occasions from the generous, barely-worn donations of family, friends and readers like yourself who realised these gems were being neglected at the back of their own wardrobes and deserve to be worn! 

17 May, 2021
Spotlight on Zarif - One Wear Freedom

Spotlight on Zarif

Much of the One Wear Freedom collection comes from the generous donations of family and friends, including vintage, pre-loved, special occasion garments that have served their purpose for the original owner but have a lot more life in them. When we do add something new to our collections, we work closely with the artisans to ensure the pieces have been ethically sourced, with sustainability in mind throughout the production process.

05 April, 2021
Power Dressing In 2020 - One Wear Freedom

Power Dressing In 2020

When we think of the term power dressing, our first thoughts are probably of women wearing giant shoulder pads, and masculine style suit jackets. The term Power Dressing was coined in the late 1970s/1980's.  It was first used in The Post Standard, a New York City newspaper, in 1979.  It was said to be a style mainly adopted by women and one which was created to give a female’s an air of ability, confidence and capability.
25 November, 2020
Think Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month - One Wear Freedom

Think Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

As part of Breast Cancer Awareness month, we’re celebrating all things pink. First of all, it is simply a GREAT colour and secondly, it is associated with so many wonderful things! A pink triangle is one of the symbols of the gay rights movement and the colour’s links with women and femininity has steadily continued since the 1940s – the reason why it is used by all major breast cancer charities!
30 October, 2020
Delightful Tack October Fashion Market - One Wear Freedom

Delightful Tack October Fashion Market

We all love an independent market don’t we? Seeing small-business owners making their dreams happen, talking to them about their journeys and discovering new products is all part of the joy. The pandemic may have stopped us from physical markets but that doesn’t mean we should miss out!
19 October, 2020
Clothing Rental Myth Buster - One Wear Freedom

Clothing Rental Myth Buster

As Selfridges + Hurr Collective have recently launched their Project Earth rental collab it seems Twitter + Instagram are all up in arms with so many people focused on “clout/lifestyle/drip chasing” or supposed “lack of hygiene” that it seems all the incredible benefits of renting + becoming more sustainable have been completely missed out!!
24 August, 2020