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WILD STRINGS

Our mission is to create eco-conscious, stylish clothing for women, inspired by women; women who are on the go, doing something and being someone. We aim to create timeless pieces for your wardrobe that don’t fall out of style or fall apart. All our creations are handmade by our Creative Director, Eleanor Bradley, and are bespoke to you.
 

We want to improve the impact fashion has on this earth, so each of our pieces are uniquely made (like all living things on this planet) and every stitch, cut and fastening is done by us for each individual client. This means that in some way, each piece you buy from us  is bespoke to you, and therefore something to treasure!

Our wish is to promote a slower attitude to fashion; so our processes are slower but we promise your purchase will be worth the wait!

BY ELEANOR

“Having experienced the fast fashion industry, and witnessed how ‘the other half do it’, I really wanted to work in a place where creativity could thrive, and sustainability and re- wearability were at the forefront of the brand, but the more I searched, the less opportunity I found… 

So, I decided to create it myself. Wild Strings was born out of my love for fashion and my desire to change the industry (even in some small way) from the manic fast paced being it is, into a slow and positive impacting space where integrity and improvement are key.

I love to be creative and sewing is in my DNA – my dolls were wearing Wild Strings long before I started dressing real women! In my world, there is no better feeling than seeing someone wearing my clothes and feeling great about themselves doing it! I truly believe that clothes are something that should be loved, treasured and re-worn – do you really love that dress if you only wear it once…? 

Wild Strings allows me to share the messages and ideas I believe in with others and create a community which values design and creativity within a sustainable and waste reducing lifestyle, rather than these being two separate and unconnected entities.”