More This. Less That. is a curated sourcebook that aims to bring more people together with the brands that are making a positive difference. Living mindfully can be complicated, we want to make it simple.
charitable | fair trade | handmade | made to last | natural | sustainable | upcycled | minimal waste
Every brand has been carefully considered and included according to their social and environmental values. Whilst it’s almost impossible for brands to tick every box when it comes to ethics, we think it’s important to acknowledge those that are making a positive difference. We have defined a list of core values that unite this community.
DISCOVER BRANDS BY THEIR VALUES
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An ethical day out in East London, from your morning coffee to your evening meal.
We came across Retold Vintage via Instagram last year and were blown away by founder Clare’s impeccable taste and collection of classic, tailored pieces. Buying vintage and second-hand is a really affordable way to shop more ethically, although can be intimidating if you don’t know where to start. So, we decided to get Clare’s top tips, as well as finding out what sparked her love affair with second-hand and why she set up Retold Vintage.
Seeing as over 66% of the brands on More This. Less That. were founded by women, it’s safe to say that women are paving the way when it comes to positive impact, questioning how we shop and encouraging us to think about how we can do more.
Whether we like it or not, our phones are addictive. We’re checking notifications before we’re even conscious of the action itself and we worry how we’re going to find our way home when our batteries die. Here are 8 simple things you can try to start unplugging more often…
When it comes to skincare, the sheer amount of products out there is enough to intimidate even the best of us. Whilst it can often take a few years and a lot of trial and error to find a skin care routine that works for you, especially if your skin is sensitive, our tact has always been to keep it simple, and be aware of ingredients so you know what you’re putting on your skin.
We came across A Woven Plane at the Antibad launch event last summer. We got chatting to co-founder Rachael about how she and Sarah got started, how A Woven Plane champions and empowers women, and why their socks are more than just your average pair. And, we wanted to share their story with you.
Want to list with us or know a brand that should be?
We’re always looking to grow the More This. Less That. community so whether you’re an ethical brand owner or a loyal customer, please get in touch by completing our form here.