We've worked with the kids from A Day Pack before and so when Emily floated the idea of doing a second little something AND it coincided with the launch of the ENAT Oddball Collection, we absolutely had to say yes.
Emily and Nicholas, the pair behind the blog, are on a conscious + ethical + slow living journey. They freely admit to being new to this stuff (most of us are!) and reel readers in with a wonderful authenticity and gorgeous images to boot.
We absolutely love how Emily re-packaged the Oddball message, explaining our mission as it relates to this collection and had to share:
" They may have a few bumps, scuffs, or a dot here and there, but I can tell you from a firsthand look, they are just as good as the original images you see online. Better yet, they come with a smaller price tag. One of ENAT’s biggest values is to remain sustainable. How? Stop producing waste. Use all of the material and product you have, imperfections and all."
Head over to the A Day Pack blog to read the full story and follow along with Emily + Nicholas's journey.