Don’t get me wrong, if I had an endless stream of money, then I would shop at Reformation.
In fact, probably all of my summer clothes would be from there.
‘Hey Corrie where’s your dress from?’ ‘Why Reformation of course.’
But alas, Reformation is out of the budget right now, which is a shame, cause every time I’m on Instagram, I fall in love with a dress only to find it being almost £150.
SO I decided to go on a little hunt for Reformation dupes, cause surely there had to be some out there, and I’m pleased to say I have found some.
Now, I’ve found one online brand, which are basically very Reformation, however the prices are a lot more purse friendly and they also have really good values.
They’re sustainable, they make less clothes (giving them a limited edition vibe) so there’s less waste, they repurpose left over fabrics, and donate any other un used materials to places like fashion colleges. They look after their staff, and actively strive for workers rights, fair wages and good working conditions.
Whilst, I know that Reformation is great as a sustainable fashion option, I think that Nobody’s Child, do a very good job of also creating sustainable clothing but with a much more affordable price tag.
This isn’t sponsored or anyway affiliated with the brand, I just wanted to write about the dupes I’ve found and how the brand is also sustainable too.
I know I’m definitely going to be ordering some pieces in particular the daisy skirt, and this heart print dress.
Below are my faves that I’ve found …
I do absolutely love Reformation’s pieces too of course, and if I could splurge out on their stuff, I totally would, because their dresses are gorgeous! Below is a few of my fave pieces.
I’d love to know if you know of any Reformation dupes?
*Disclaimer – I have used affiliate links above, but am no way affiliated with either brand.