Friday 6 November 2020

VEGAN Happy Clothing Review - 10% Discount and Giveaway. (Sent for review.)

VEGAN Happy Clothing Company UK create clothes that are stylish, suitable for people of any age, and they're ethically produced with no harm to any animal. 

They have sent me a gorgeous Vegan Chef Apron and a supersoft Aurora Pom Pom Vegan Beanie Hat for review - and they'll be giving away a Beanie and a Vegan Chef Apron to my readers, plus there's a 10% off discount code - very handy for Christmas... 

Vegan Happy Clothing collage of 3 photos showing teenage boy wearing pompom beanie hat and apron with Vegan Chef written on it

The Aurora Pom Pom Vegan Beanie has an embroidered VEGAN Happy logo on the front, and comes in 4 gorgeous colours - we've got Borealis Blue. You can see how soft the 'acrylic yarn's lovely. 

Inside, the beanie has a Superfleece thermal band, which is really warm and toasty, and very comfortable. It's actually a really lightweight hat, and very easy to wear. 

close up inside view of Vegan Happy Beechfield pompom hat showing soft fabric rim

If you read the blog regularly you'll know I'm not vegan. I haven't eaten meat or meat products for over 35 years, but I don't want to be accused of tricking you. This young man is not vegan either. He did spend 6 months as a vegan, and he eats vegan often. I think he could definitely be tempted when he gets a little older...

Smiley redhaired boy wearing a Vegan happy aurora pompom beanie outdoors in Autumn

The The Beanie is currently reduced from £18 down to £10, in 4 different colours, and we reckon 'one size DEFINITELY fits all'. Bargain. 

Vegan Happy apron with Vegan Chef written on it  folded before use

The VEGAN CHEF Apron is a really nicely made apron. The '100% pre-shrunk cotton twill' fabric can be washed hot and dries quickly, and is again really lightweight. It's also a proper 'one size fits all', with an adjustable neck (buckle), so that you can wear it as high or low as is comfortable for you. 

collage with Happy boy wearing Vegan Chef apron, and buckle and logo close up

We've been sent 'Steel', and you can choose from 20 different colours, so there really is something to suit anyone. This is a proper chefs apron, with 2 huge pockets on the front, and really long ties, so you can wrap them twice around your waist and tuck your tea towel in like a professional... 

Vegan Happy apron  on 5ft tall boy

The Vegan Chef Apron is available in a staggering 20 different colours and costs £19.50. One size (87cm) fits all.  

You can buy the beanie and the apron, and find the entire range of VEGAN Happy clothing, on the VEGAN Happy websiteVEGAN Happy have a discount code for my readers until the end of November. Use discount code FRIENDS at the checkout to get 10% OFF. 

VEGAN Happy have kindly offered two of my readers their very own Beanie or Vegan Chef Apron. 2 winners drawn at random will win 1 prize each.  
To enter, go to the VEGAN Happy Clothing Company website OR Instagram @veganhappyclothing OR Facebook @veganhappyclothing and DM them the code BRICKCASTLE to enter the draw. It's as simple as that! 

You have until the end of November to enter. T's & C's below. Best of luck... 

Vegan happy chef apron long ties adjustable neck

This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Blogger. We hereby release the aforementioned of any liability. 
a) The closing date for receipt of entries is midnight Monday 30th November 2020.
b) The prize is 1 x VEGAN Happy Vegan Chef apron as shown. No cash alternative can be substituted.
c) The giveaway is administered by VEGAN Happy, The Brick Castle is purely a promoter. Please contact VEGAN Happy for further details or information. 
d) The prize is open to UK entrants only please.
e) Multiple or automated entries may be disqualified.
f) The winner agrees to their name and county being made available upon request. 
g) The giveaway will end at midnight Monday 30th November 2020, after which no further entries can be accepted. The winner will be drawn at random. 


  1. Almost vegan is part of the journey & he seems very happy about it

    1. I think he'd like to be vegan, but he just hasn't the confidence yet. As long as my children know where their food came from and have respect for that, and don't consider eating a vegan meal in any way significant, I feel I've done my best job :)


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