Sukin Skincare

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I've recently become more concerned with, not just if my skincare is cruelty-free and vegan, but how natural it is and how ethical the brand that produces it is. On a recent trip to TK Maxx (a dream for cruelty-free skincare), I came across a brand I have seen cropping up more and more. Sukin skincare.

Vegan Trainers - Stella McCartney x Adidas


Recently I have become a part of the Vegan Aesthetics community, lifting using plant power! The plan is amazing and along side the vegan meal guide - I'm enjoying the gym like never before. However, I'd be lying if I said it didn't make it a little easier to get my ass to the gym when I'm wearing cute work out clothes, so the search for functional vegan gym gear began! 

...and ended when I spent all my money on the most gorgeous trainers ever. But at least I'll be wearing these every gym session, so I'll always feel like I look cute!

I found these Stella McCartney x Adidas Pure Boost X trainers on eBay. Not only do they update my gym look and are so much cheaper than retail price, but they're also a more ethical choice - reduce, reuse, recycle!


The McCartney family are well known for being a veggie/vegan family and thankfully they have all incorporated that into their work, in order to make our little plan based lives that little bit easier. Stella's entire collaboration with Adidas uses no animal derivatives what so ever, so shop till your heart's content!

The way the shoe is constructed, with it's free floating arch and sock like material, they fit your foot perfectly and quite literally put a spring in your step! The day they arrived, I hit the gym in them, went shopping in them and did a 12-hour shift in them, only taking them off to sleep. They're also pretty aesthetically pleasing, as you can expect from a collaboration with Stella McCartney. I'm well and truly in love. 

Adidas has also collaborated with Parley to create a similar trainer, made from recycled ocean waste - which looks amazing! Why can't all companies make such sustainable choices?

What are your favourite workout clothing brands? Any sustainable/vegan options amongst them?


Favourite Cruelty Free/Vegan Bloggers

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It's time to celebrate. I feel like many of us have been in a bit of a blogging slump as of late so I thought it was time to shout about a few of my favourite girls on the internet and their amazing blogs!

The Ordinary

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I swear every other post now is about my troublesome skin. It turns out that it doesn't matter how many plants you're eating, if you're eating the equivalent in sugar too...

So, on my never ending quest for perfect skin whilst devouring all the sugary snacks, I found The Ordinary.
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