Fashion sustainable Irish gift ideas for Christmas

Fashion sustainable Irish gift ideas for Christmas

Fashion sustainable Irish gift ideas for Christmas

Fashion sustainable Irish gift ideas for Christmas. We know Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, but it can also be a wasteful time – the gifts, the excess packaging and gift wrap. But it doesn’t have to be that way thanks to four companies aiming to make your Christmas more sustainable.

53 Degrees North

Starting with 53 Degrees North who have stores in Dublin and Cork; their sustainable campaign is simple. Exchange your preloved clothing in store and receive a 20% discount on new season Columbia.

Plus your old clothes are recycled at Focus Ireland Beloved Boutiques preventing them from ending up in landfill. That means you can do a wardrobe clear out while shopping for Christmas gifts. Win, win.

Reuzi.ie 

Irish brand, Reuzi is a minimal waste lifestyle store that is both online at reuzi.ie and in Foxrock Village, Dublin. Pat Kane who runs the store believes we should all be trying to make little changes to be more sustainable and reduce the amount we throw away.

Pat stocks an amazing range of gift ideas perfect as stocking fillers, for secret santa in your office or as gifts for friends and family.

Bambooth

Bambooth are biodegradable toothbrushes by Meath couple Niamh McGill and Joe Finnegan. They come with a handy travel tube.

Plus the best part, 10c per bambooth brush is donated to four conservation efforts linked to habitat protection. We think they’re perfect stocking fillers for the eco-warrior in your life.

Crann

Accessorise with Crann who create stylish sunglasses and watches from sustainable materials including recycled plastic and wood that would otherwise go to landfill or end up in our oceans.

These materials get reused and reimagined into Crann’s sunglasses and watch collection – perfect gifts for the festive season. The entire product range offered by Crann is an ode to Irish culture and traditions.

Crann is the Irish word for tree and so each product carries a unique Irish name that holds a personal significance to Crann Founder Eoin McGuinness. Shop the sunglasses and watch range here.

 

Fashion sustainable Irish gift ideas for Christmas

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