En Brogue is a blog that focuses on slow comfortable style, written by me: freelance writer and sustainable fashion journalist Hannah Rochell. What started as a blog dedicated to flat shoes has now branched out into a sustainable fashion and lifestyle website, always with comfort and practicality it its heart.
I am a former fashion editor at titles including The Evening Standard, The Times, ES Magazine and InStyle. I NEVER wears heels, mainly because I find them terribly uncomfortable, but also because I have a bad back and I also just don’t like the heels aesthetic. I don’t think that wearing flats has any impact on whether or not you look stylish, so long as you choose the right shoes.
I’ve spent the last few years writing content for sustainable fashion brands and platforms and what I’ve learnt has been life changing. I gave up shopping for a year, and although I offer shopping inspiration on this blog, I now only feature links to brands that have excellent ethical and sustainable practices.
My books En Brogue: Love Fashion. Love Shoes. Hate Heels and The Trainers Guide are available now from Waterstones and all good book stores. En Brogue has been featured on BBC Radio 4, ITV’s This Morning, and in The Daily Telegraph, The Evening Standard, The Times, Grazia, InStyle, Red Magazine, Marie Claire, Stylist, Look, Elle, The Guardian and The Observer. The watercolour illustrations in my books are also painted by me. En Brogue is a registered trademark.
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Disclaimer: All content that appears on En Brogue uses brands and products I genuinely like and photographs taken by me unless credited otherwise. Occasionally I will be gifted a product for review but I will only write about it if I love the product and it fits with the En Brogue mantra of style AND comfort. Sometimes En Brogue uses affiliate links which means if you click on a link from an affiliate site site, I might make commission from your purchase. All affiliate links are individually marked [AD]. Any paid for posts or promoted giveaways are always clearly marked as such.
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