Monday, 10 September 2012

100 Day Challenge; Weekly Wishlist 1.

people tree

My first week of the 100 day challenge is over, I imagine that was the worst week, at least I hope! I don't think I did too badly though, I haven't bought anything (with my own money) and managed to stick to most of the rules. I did cheat a little yesterday, I went to Alton Towers (free tickets) and bought my dinner cos my packed lunch just wasn't enough, but the thought was there!

I was just looking around for things to add to my weekly wishlist, when I came across People Tree. I initially discovered it on ASOS then googled some of the items that I like, and voila I found the most amazing things!

I don't think you can see the prints on these dresses very well, but the navy one is hedgehogs and the cream is owls. I love the cute animal print, yes I think I have an obsession. I absolutely LOVE that daschund scarf! I think everyone knows my crazyness when it comes to sausage dogs, or any dogs really, this is literally the cutest thing I've ever seen! I must get that scarf before my Christmas trip to Berlin! I'm going to keep hinting at the hubby..

If you've never heard of People Tree, like I hadn't, it's well worth a look. It's completely up my street. Their clothes are all fair-trade and the majority of accessories are recycled - just like that purse. And the quote on their website is enough to convert anyone;

'For every beautiful garment People Tree makes, there is an equally beautiful change happening somewhere in the world'

7 days down, 93 to go.

Katie xx

I was in no way asked to do this post, I just loved the website!
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  1. I think I might be totally in love with that Hedgehog scarf, that's completely normal right?

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  2. oh my god i need that scarf! :D x

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  3. Congratulations! I love that I've found someone else doing the challenge! I love all the things on your wishlist too hehe :) xx

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