Frugi, the leading sustainable children’s clothing and accessory brand, is popping up with a BIG SALE at Sandy Park Event Centre in Exeter on Friday 29th and Saturday 30th July.
Each day will offer two sessions for customers to browse a wide range of sale items from past collections. Find sustainable swimwear, Frugi’s iconic and best-selling Skater Dresses, and lots of sustainable unisex styles for babies and children through 10 years. There’s also a great selection of recycled unisex coats, jackets and natural rubber wellies. Space is limited so customers are advised to book a FREE slot.
Who is Frugi?
Frugi is a Cornish-based ethical children’s clothing and accessories company with a mission to love the planet we play on and advises parents to ‘Buy Less, Buy Better.’ Widely recognisable by bright prints, Frugi clothes have fun interactive appliques, reversible styles and extendable cuffs, sleeves and shoulder straps that allow for the clothes to ‘grow’ with each child. These clever clothes are designed to extend the life of garments so they can be worn for longer before being passed down to friends and family.
Frugi Bloom is the grown-up range offering sustainable styles for pregnancy, breastfeeding and beyond with adjustable features and classic prints that can be passed down and worn time and time again.
Frugi: Buy Less, Buy Better
From its inception, the company has worked with suppliers exclusively operating at a high ethical standard. Designed for longevity, Frugi ensures its clothes are made positively, for people and the planet and is proud to be certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) by Soil Association Certification. This strict certification means Frugi clothes are not only better for the environment, but they feel much softer and are more durable because the fibres are left intact and not broken down by the harsh chemicals used in the processing of conventional cotton.
Encouraging customers to reduce, reuse and recycle, all Frugi outerwear, swimwear and accessories are made from old polyethylene (PET) plastic bottles spun into yarn to make a durable, waterproof fabric.
Tickets are FREE but booking is required – go to https://Frugibigsaleexeter.eventbrite.co.uk