Or shouldn’t it be ‘The Art of Not Buying Too Much In The First Place?’ Let’s take a look at why Marie Kondo’s popular series is not quite hitting our sustainability hot spot!
Take a look around your bathroom and you’ll see that nearly EVERY product you have comes in a plastic bottle (unless you are living #zerowaste, in which case go you!). Here are some options for decreasing your bathroom plastic usage.
Stay Wild Swim have partnered with the Young Women’s Trust for 2019, and today, on International Women’s Day, we are pretty excited and proud to tell you all about it.
Heard the term B corp bandied around recently? We’re taking a look at what it means to be a B Corporation Company and rounding up a few of our favourites.
Stay Wild Swim has been chosen as Selfridge’s Bright New Things sustainable swimwear brand of 2019. We are over the moon!
Get to know the founders of Stay Wild Swim a little better. From founding the business, ambitions for Stay Wild Swim, advice and building and involving an online community.
A short and concise overview of 4 fabrics to watch out for when planning our purchases for Spring/Summer 19’, in order that we can meet the shops with an informed approach to building a wardrobe with eco impact.
According to the BBC as UK consumers we get rid of more than a million tonnes of clothing every year. So how do we de-clutter in a mindful and sustainable way?
Us eco-warriors are free in our hearts and sticking to one country forever feels like being chained down. So how can we experience the amazing world around us, whilst still being mindful of the environment?
With the January sales in full swing this blog explores synthetic fibres in our clothes. With a few great tips for a more sustainable approach to buying clothes and looking after them.
Many of our holiday traditions aren't the most eco-friendly, fortunately there are easy switches we can make.
In an effort to become conscious consumers, it’s about time we embraced the art of upcycling, the perfect way to reuse materials, save some pennies and live more sustainably.
Caitlin Carter shares her thoughts and advice on more ways everyone can do their bit to save the planet.
Starting to plan your next holiday adventure - here’s a few things to consider if you want to travel more sustainably.
Highlighting a lesser known but a significant form of plastic pollution on UK beaches and around the world.
An eye-opening account of how ship-wrecked plastics in 1992 are still floating around the world’s oceans.
Hannah Coogan’s tips show you just how easy it can be to make your kitchen habits more sustainable.
Every single person can fight marine plastic and contribute to positive change by making simple sustainable swaps to their lifestyle.
Ocean plastic has been a hot topic in the past year yet so few people are familiar with micro-plastics, one of the biggest forms of marine plastic waste.
Plastic is everywhere, we can’t escape it, and it is having huge impacts on our planet.