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Three ways to eco-proof your work bag

Matt & Nat’s tan tote (£115, mattandnat.com), made out of recycled materials, provides ample space for Keep Cup’s coffee cup (£22 keepcup.com), S’well’s water bottle (£35, Swell from amara.com) and Grown Alchemist’s antioxidant handcream (£14, grownalchemist.com) .

Above: Matt & Nat’s tan tote (£115, mattandnat.com), made out of recycled materials, provides ample space for Keep Cup’s coffee cup (£22 keepcup.com), S’well’s water bottle (£35, Swell from amara.com) and Grown Alchemist’s antioxidant handcream (£14, grownalchemist.com) .

Above: A tote by queen of sustainability Stella McCartney (£195, stellamccartney.com) will store Bodum’s sleek shiny coffee container (£30, Bodum.com), celeb favourite bkr’s silicone-coated water bottle (£25, mybkr.com) and Yolk’s solar charger (£99.99, yolkstation.com) to stay charged and eco on the go.

Above: A tote by queen of sustainability Stella McCartney (£195, stellamccartney.com) will store Bodum’s sleek shiny coffee container (£30, Bodum.com), celeb favourite bkr’s silicone-coated water bottle (£25, mybkr.co.uk) and Yolk’s solar charger (£99.99, yolkstation.com) to stay charged and eco on the go.

Slip this Miir water bottle (£28, Miir from jcrew.com) and Onya coffee cup (£9.95, onyabags.co.uk) – both ethically made – into Millican’s canvas carryall (£150, homeofmillican.com) – don’t forget Erbaviva’s organic deodorant (£12, erbaviva.com) to keep your eco-cool.

Above: Slip this Miir water bottle (£28, Miir from jcrew.com) and Onya coffee cup (£9.95, onyabags.co.uk) – both ethically made – into Millican’s canvas carryall (£150, homeofmillican.com) – don’t forget Erbaviva’s organic deodorant (£12, erbaviva.com) to keep your eco-cool.

This article titled "Three ways to eco-proof your work bag" was written by Scarlett Conlon and Melanie Wilkinson, for The Guardian on Tuesday 9 January 2018 06.34pm

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