Our collection of beautiful hippie clothes has been put together with love especially for people like you, by Brighton’s favourite hippy shop in the city’s famous Lanes. We have an ever-changing range of gorgeous unisex harem pants, shirts, tees and combats plus flowing dresses and pretty skirts, crisp shirts and blouses, funky tops, delicate shrugs and quirky hoodies, many with stunning hand-embroidered detailing. Click this way for the best hippy clothes in the UK!
We are your one-stop-shop for bohemian clothes, specialising in fashion with personality, an exciting alternative to the ordinary, everyday high street. Choose from rich rustic prints, sumptuous textures, flowing outlines and a wonderful collection of unusual, great-looking accessories, from fab hippy hats to boho jewellery and deliciously pretty yet practical bags. Our boho style clothing is perfect for fashion free spirits who love to look a bit different, feminine yet edgy.
We're working hard to increase our range of Fair Trade clothing, and many of our existing suppliers are also working to achieve Fair Trade status. A lot of our clothes are made by hand, with love, by our friends in Nepal, with whom we’ve been working for many years. Fair Trade clothes are made without cruelty or exploitation. We aim to ensure that the people we work with get paid better for their talents, enjoy decent working conditions and make their goods sustainably. Which means Fair Trade fashion sits at the heart of everything we do.
We sell brilliant, colourful, embroidered festival clothing right here in Brighton, one of the most uniquely bohemian corners of the UK. There's everything from hand-crafted Nepalese patchwork festival clothes to vibrant knits for chilly late evenings. We even make our very own tie-dye range including the cutest tie dye baby clothes for tiny, weeny festival goers. Plus super-snuggly ponchos, rainbow scarves, fab hats, jackets, shirts and fleeces for men and women. Why not make your summer sing out loud with our unique festival fashions with Gringo Clothing and many more?
Alternative fashion is our middle name. We’ve been supplying top quality UK fashion with a twist since the hippy heyday of the 1960s. Online fashion for women has never been so interesting, online fashion for men has never been so easy! Whether you want to deck yourself out in harem pants for the summer or get cosy in a ridiculously thick and cosy hoodie, track down the perfect party dress or stock up on funky basics, we have what you need in store… so go explore.
The New Age movement really kicked off in the mid 1970s, drawing on a variety of spiritual and religious traditions (see Wikipedia for more on the fascinating history...for example, did you know the term was originally cointed way back in 1809 by William Blake?). A wonderfully colourful alternative clothing style was born from this movement, similar in style to clothing worn by the wonderful hippys of the 1960s, many of whom went on to embrace New Age in the following years. Much of our range has drawn inspiration from this fab movement, our main aim being to achieve the New Age clothing style whilst ensuring maximum comfort and style, a seamless blend of practical and good looking. Our unique collection of covers every occasion, from casual home wear to fantastic vintage-inspired dresses and flowing tops. Most of our designs are unique to us, created especially for us, especially for you. If you’re looking for unique clothes at a price that won’t bankrupt you, click on the catalogue link above and take your first step into New Age and hippy fashion heaven…
Many of our garments come from Nepal, and the majority of our Nepalese clothing is certified as fair trade. Because most of our hippie clothing is hand made, subtle variations in colour and design make every piece unique. Any slight imperfections simply add to their uniqueness and originality.
Care for your lovely new purchase by washing it separately in cold water.
With the recent news that micro beads are finally to be banned later this year in the UK we looked at other ways we could cut down on plastic.
America & Canada have already banded and many companies such as Asda, Avon, the Bodyshop, L’Oreal and Boots have pledged to stop using them in their own brand product which is a promising step in the right direction.
"Cheap meats burnt to death on the outside and bright pink in the centre. No vegetables to been seen, just an industrial bucket of salad which everyone avoids, making a beeline for the pile of highly refined, dusted in white flour, cheap carbs to wrap your poor E-coli filled gut-busting eco time bomb in!"
Not so long ago you'd be about as far from fashionable as it gets wearing a bumbag - or as the Americans charmingly call it, a fanny pack. Trendy people would laugh at you. Now, freshly re-launched for the first time since the 1990s, they're suddenly back in.
"We were ferried across Bangkok to a local airport where we caught an internal flight to a place called Ubon Ratchathani, on the eastern side of Thailand. After a night in a cheap hotel we disappeared across the Laos border"