Sunday 25 September 2022

The Fashion Fix by Lexi Rees Blog Tour

 I wouldn't say that I know my fashion but what I do know is that I love to experiment with what I wear. Different styles for various occasions and my youngest daughter is certainly following in my footsteps. She is always pairing her outfits with the perfect shoes (and make up). 

So when I was asked if I'd like to join the blog tour for The Fashion Fix, I just knew it was going to be a book cherished by my child.

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suSTYLEability (noun)

The art of making small changes to the way we dress in order to make big changes in the world.

If you love fashion, this activity book will help you create a wardrobe which reflects your personal style AND is mindful of the impact the fashion industry has on the environment and human welfare.


• Learn the shocking facts about fashion

• Make better choices when shopping

• Develop your own unique style

• Get creative with friends and family

• Discover fun ways to upstyle and upcycle your wardrobe

• Be crafty with recycling garments and fabrics

Split into eight chapters, this is a truly helpful guide.

Filled with interesting facts that really make you think about the clothes you buy and wear, certain question really made me think just what I would do when it came to making certain purchases.

Do we want great value or fantastic quality or is there a way where we can get both?

As well as an array of generous advise, there are also lots of handy tasks that highlight even more about the brands that we might know and love.

On top of all of that, there are also some genius puzzles and plenty of chances to get creative, including a page to design your own print - ideal for any budding fashion designers.

Personally my favourite part was the upcycling.

In our current climate, we need as many ways as possible to save money and the tips provided in this book are a brilliant way to make our clothing and accessories go that extra mile.

Here's what my youngest had to say about the book:

I thought it was great as it had so much to help with re-using the clothes I've already got. I can now have a new lot of clothes to wear without asking my mum to buy me more things!

By the time I got the end of this book, I felt like I could play a small role in changing the world we live in for the better. 

As they say, every little helps.

I'd say whether you are a fashion lover or simply a person (young or old) looking to be a little bit more economical when it comes to what is in their wardrobe, then The Fashion Fix is definitely a book worth investing in.

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1 comment:

  1. Love this! And great to see your youngest committing to reducing fashion consumption - it’s the only way forward. Thank you for taking part in the tour!

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