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Embrace slow fashion with conscious threads from Melbourne’s Mia Sully Embrace slow fashion with conscious threads from Melbourne’s Mia Sully Embrace slow fashion with conscious threads from Melbourne’s Mia Sully Embrace slow fashion with conscious threads from Melbourne’s Mia Sully Embrace slow fashion with conscious threads from Melbourne’s Mia Sully Embrace slow fashion with conscious threads from Melbourne’s Mia Sully Embrace slow fashion with conscious threads from Melbourne’s Mia Sully

Embrace slow fashion with conscious threads from Melbourne’s Mia Sully

Sure, it might be tempting to pick up that $5 tee but the grim truth is that somewhere along the supply chain, someone is paying a much higher price. Thankfully, labels dedicated to slowing the fashion cycle and forging a more sustainable industry are on the rise, one such label is Melbourne's Mia Sully.


If you subscribe to the philosophy of quality over quantity and possess an appreciation for natural, breathable fabrics, allow us to introduce you to Mia Sully. Dedicated to multifunctional wardrobe staples, Mia Sully pieces are handmade in Melbourne from quality natural fibres and offer effortlessly cool vibes, think wide-leg chambray pants, high-waisted pinstripe shorts and gorgeous gingham dresses – perfect for the impending summer!

Mia Sully comes from a family of creative women including skilled seamstresses and artists, who have imparted their wisdom and craft so it wasn’t entirely surprising when she followed in their footsteps to launch her own fashion label in May 2017. The boutique fashion house boasts a strong commitment to ethical and environmentally-sound practices, from the fabrics and manufacturing to the packaging – it’s all considered. Garments are delivered in eco-friendly compostable packaging from Better Packaging Co. and for every piece sold, a tree is planted through the One Tree Planted program. Take a peek at the whole dreamy collection here.

Image credit: Jake Roden. 



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