Changing faces changing places: my journey from troubled teen to confident woman – disability matters

As those of you who follow via. social media will know, I have been taking part in a fantastic series of lectures at the London College of Fashion (here).  Being very passionate about inclusive fashion, I was fortunate enough to be invited along.  In the last few weeks I have learned so much, and this will be just the first of many articles inspired by the works of the Better Lives Project.  Before I embark of trying to change the world from my little corner of the blogosphere, I wanted to share with you why I am so passionate about […]

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Square Peg Clothing: Support and Empowerment for Disabilities and SEN – Wheelchair Fashion

This weeks ‘What I Wore Wednesday’ is one of my favourites of late, and has been just perfect for spring ‘walks’ out in the spring sun to prevent chilliness while taking in the gorgeous blue skies. My gorgeous blue hoody is made by Square pen Clothing – whose mission is to support and empower people with disabilities and special needs through fashion.  I really can’t think of a better cause. The range comes in all different colours and sizes, and with text on the front to support all the little quirks that make us and those we love special and […]

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