Sustainable fashion is the up and coming trend for a more purposeful shopping experience. It plays a vital role in the greater ecological integrity and social justice concerning materials and textiles.
Maven was started by friends Teri and Jane with a key purpose of sustainable fashion. Maven focuses on a circular model of buying and re-selling clothes and accessories at reasonable prices in return for cash or credit to spend on their online store. Anything Maven doesn’t sell is donated to their community partner The Clothing Bank closing the loop on the circular economy.
We all have items in our wardrobe that we either no longer love or wear and take up space in our wardrobes, however, someone out there might just be looking for that specific garment!
I recently did a cleanout of my wardrobe and called on Maven to see if they would like to take the items and sell them for me on their website. The process is very easy, they select the items they have the potential to sell and offer cash or a gift voucher to shop at Maven in return. How convenient!
In celebration of all things sustainable, I have curated an Off The Rails Collection of some of my favourite pieces on Maven. Check it out! Below are 2 of my favourite looks from the collection. And one lucky winner will be walking away with an R1000 voucher tospend on Maven, read on to find out how to enter.
I also recently saw and fell in love with a pair of black leather booties which I have loved wearing and at only R450, it’s a bargain! Shop the Off The Rails Collection, brought to you by Maven, now available online.
DON’T MISS OUT ON OUR MAVEN X OFF THE RAILS COMPETITION:
Stand a chance to win a Maven shopping voucher to the value of R 1000!