Store Profile – Well Made Clothes

Carlie Ballard, Courtney Sanders and Kelly Elkin are the founders of Well Made Clothes. The online marketplace selling clothing that looks good and is good.

The company was started due to a shared frustration in the lack of information and accessibility to local ethical fashion, and now houses some of my favourite Australian and New Zealand brands including Kuwaii, Vege Threads, Kowtow and Limb, to name a few.

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Fashion Revolution Week – The Importance of Ethical Fashion

I love fashion. One of the reasons Lilt Blog exists is because I am extremely passionate about design, and about clothes. But a  sad truth, is that the fashion industry is one of the most exploitative and polluting industries in the world.

Over the past few years I have started to become more curious, and conscious of where I spend my money, and what brands I support. I aim to buy less, choose well and support local and international brands that align with my values.

Today marks the start of Fashion Revolution Week.  A global movement calling for a fairer, safer, cleaner, and more transparent fashion industry. And so this week I wanted to highlight some of the issues at hand and support the Fashion Revolution movement.

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My Top 10 Albums with Discrepancy Records

This post was created in collaboration with Discrepancy Records


Anyone who knows me knows that I am a huge sucker for music.  I love to listen to music while I cook and clean my house. If I am home alone it is not uncommon that I will pop music on super loud to the detriment of my neighbours.

I absolutely love to dance and if you give me a few drinks and take me to a karaoke bar I will most definitely sing my lungs out.

I was raised intertwined with music, my parents always had the radio on or a cassette or cd playing in the background. I grew up listening to a healthy dose of Michael Jackson, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Deep Purple and Louis Armstrong.

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