Have you heard about the new fashion outlet:
Amazing Aardvark was born in Cardiff (UK) in 2013.
It sprang from a very simple idea;
a different animal for every letter of the alphabet,
each with its own alliterative adjective.
With this, their ‘Beastees’ range was born and,
in its very first character, their company name.
They love animals and the ‘Beastees’ is their tribute to some of their favourite fauna.
Alongside the ‘Beastees’ lies ‘Lonely Aardvark’;
the eponymous hero was born to be worn!
Wear him proud and make the little fella feel a little less lonely!
Many of their garments are made solely from 100% organic cotton
and manufactured using renewable green energy from wind and solar power.
By handpicking suppliers who operate a ‘green agenda’
and who have been certified by the Carbon Trust,
they have achieved a 90% reduction in their CO2 footprint!
They only select suppliers who can show that their clothes
are manufactured in an honest and fair environment.
All their suppliers are either audited by the non-profit Fair Wear Foundation,
or they hold BSCI-audited and Sedex-approved factory certificates.
They were kind enough to send me
one of their
Amazing Aardvark Sweatshirts
I have to tell you I love this sweatshirt already!
This climate neutral sweatshirt is super comfy & super warm.
As you can see the character is such good fun
and makes you smile.
It's made from 100% organic cotton.
It feels like really good quality and the seams and stitching shows this as well.
Inside it's super fluffy and snuggly.
It feels so soft and warm.
I cannot express enough how you can tell it's really good quality.
As the company has such fantastic ethics you also
feel like you are doing your bit
when you purchase one of their products.
Here are just a few of the other things they have available:
Shipping is currently FREE for all UK-based deliveries!
And Amazing Aardvark will also ship to Europe, the USA and internationally.
I hope you'll check out their website:
You can also find them at:
I received a sweatshirt to review.
However all opinions expressed are my own.
No monies were received for this post.
All pictures on the post are linked to the aardvark site.