Small Scale Samaritan is an amazing year long project where a rather generous young lady gives away items of her clothing to the person with the best story for free. Each piece is beautifully illustrated and comes with a little story of its history.
Sadly I don’t have the artistic skills as Janneke but I do believe in giving unworn clothes the chance to be worn by someone else. It’s inspired me to have a good old clear out too, and I am a massive fan of random acts of kindness.
On their way to the local charity shop are my suede Russell and Bromley boots, not worn for two years and a brown lace Christian Lacroix Bazaar top that I’ve had since my university days – yes that’s right I was like a young Edina Monsoon from ab fab back then. These days I’m more like Patsy!