Beth

15 Nov 2019

#womenneedpocketstoo

As the creative manager of ethical fashion label Know the Origin, Beth is always initially intrigued by the design of a garment. “The thing that grabs me first is the fabric and cut of the clothing,” she explains from Know the Origin’s pop-up shop in Manchester. “I love seeing new innovatively tailored coats and trousers, especially when they’re functional! In my book, functionality and style should always go hand in hand – #womenneedpocketstoo.” Working for a conscientious brand also means Beth will always investigate how a garment is made and its impact on the planet before parting with her cash. Once she is satisfied, she’s then free to spend time daydreaming how to style her new item. “What I love about discovering a new product is imagining how many different outfits I can create from it, what I can pair with it that I already own, and how I can make this one garment look completely different in as many combinations as possible.”

Beth Wears

1
Black top, Garrow Modal from Know the Origin
Dress, second hand from Oxfam
Belt, second hand from Sue Ryder

2
Patterned jacket, charity shop
Black skirt, charity shop
Top, Jai Modal from Know the Origin
Necklace, second hand from Beth’s grandmother

3
Grey crop polo neck, charity shop
Jeans, charity shop
Belt, second hand from Sue Ryder
Necklace, second hand from Beth’s grandmother

4
Black dress, Lodi Modal from Know the Origin
Shirt, second hand, originally from Banana Republic
Rings, from silversmiths in Brighton and Guernsey

5
Light blue roll neck knit, charity shop
Grey trousers, charity shop
Belt, second hand from Sue Ryder

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