A subject I have very rarely discussed on my blog, if ever, is mental health. It doesn’t mean that it’s not an area I don’t want to talk about, but with posts on ethical fashion and politics, mental health just isn’t an topic I feel perhaps educated enough in to discuss. Mental health and fashion however, is something incredibly cool and powerful and I would never pass up the opportunity to bestow something truly great on my blog.
About George and Maison De Choup
What am I wearing?
I adore the work that Maison De Choup does, both for young people and I just love the clothes. Recently, my look for college is definitely more laid back and I’m still grasping on for the little bit of sun that caresses England to adorn a long skirt. But, as I mentioned in my transitioning clothes for Autumn post, layering a t-shirt over a long sleeved top is the perfect way to make use of summer garments (not that I can exactly do that with a long skirt). The faces t-shirt from Maison De Choup’s Warrior Collection is the perfect t-shirt to layer over almost anything but I’ve particularly been loving wearing it with my old striped t-shirt as it’s the perfect contrast to the white.
When I was talking to George, I asked him what the meaning behind this top was. He said that it shows how we can be both okay to the observer but inside we can be suffering and how hard it is to be able to express it. It’s a beautiful message and a beautiful t-shirt and I’m so glad that I was able to support Maison De Choup, buying into brands that have such a positive impact is so fantastic and it means so much more when you wear the item of clothing you’ve bought.