Greg O'Shea just launched his own sustainable clothing line, and it's actually very cool
Fair play to him!
It's no secret that we're biiig fans of Greg O'Shea here (sorry Amber).
Firstly, he's Irish, and we love supporting our own... and secondly he's a sound lad, so what's not to love?
Since Love Island finished, many of the contestants have teamed up with established fashion brands to collaborate.
However, Greg went down a different path, and has just launched his very own sustainable clothing range.
Pretty deadly, if you ask us.
The brand is called Too Politically Correct, and we're loving it.
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Tomorrow is the big day❗️ - - For the launch we will be doing a preorder service. We’ve put this service in place to help reduce waste with regards to unpopular sizes whilst also helping to gauge what sizes are most popular for future releases. We appreciate your support and your patience. Looking forward to seeing how far we can take this. Much love SB & GOS
According to the website, Too Politically Correct came about from a long frustration of the repetitive cycle of buying clothes wearing them once and then being unable to wear them again due to the poor quality of the garments.
We feel that on a spiritual level.
Their goal is to "supply high-quality garments that are versatile, affordable and most importantly sustainable".
On the brand website, they detail just how sustainable the clothing is.
"Currently, all our garments are made with recycled materials or organic cotton which contributes to the high quality of the pieces".
"The ink which we use for screen-printing is not sustainable at the moment and this is due to the lack of inks on the market that meet the stringent requirements. Rest assured we are constantly researching and trying to source inks that can replace the ones used currently by our manufacturer."
So, why call it Too Politically Correct, I hear you ask?
Apparently, the brand name stems from the society we find ourselves living in today, where every comment is judged and adjudicated on, and has ultimately led us to portraying a filtered version of ourselves.
From what we can gather, Greg O'Shea has teamed up with his pal (and fellow rugby player) Jordan Conroy to create this brand.
Good on you, lads.