Anti-slavery day and Beulah


This Sunday 18th of October is Anti-slavery day and one of my favourite ethical fashion labels, Beulah London are trying to raise awareness of this plight.

There is currently an estimated 35.8 million people thought to be in slavery worldwide and sadly even here in the UK we are not exempt from this nightmare with an estimated 13000 people believed to be in slavery. Beulah have teamed up with the United Nations Blue Heart Campaign and 10% of proceeds from their beautiful blue heart “Shibani” scarf will go to the charity. This beautiful silk and wool scarf is a big hit with celebs and has been pictured on the likes of Katherine Jenkins, Pippa Middleton, Jessica Alba and Kim Sears. Beulah will also be encouraging their customers and ambassadors to snap a pic of themselves wearing their scarves tomorrow on Anti-slavery day and will be posting the pics on their Instagram feed so be sure to check to see if you spot any familiar faces.

Beulah founder Natasha with her daughter wearing their scarves
Beulah founder Natasha with her daughter wearing their scarves

Sadly I’ve left my purchase too late to be included in the campaign but I will be sure to post a pic on my Instagram as soon as I receive it. The scarf will continue to be on sale for the foreseeable future so It’s not too late to do your bit for charity and own one of these beautiful scarves. I’d love to see your pics of you wearing yours too!

Pic courtesy of Beulah London
Pic courtesy of Beulah London

Beulah’s Shibani scarf can be purchased here

3 thoughts on “Anti-slavery day and Beulah

  1. Love Beulah so much! These scarves are amazing and such an inspiring ethos behind it. I’ve ordered a “Bag For Life” as that’s the only thing I can afford haha.


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