Award yourself some peace prize style

Huge sighs of relief all round on Friday when the 2018 Nobel peace prize winners were announced after speculation that President Donald Trump or North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un were favourites to land the honour.

Instead, anti-rape activists Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad were revealed to have won for their fight against sexual violence.

Source: Christian Lutz/AP/Press Association Images

On this special occasion, Fashion North has decided to find for you the best peace-themed clothing, homeware and accessories.

When it comes to peace clothing, there are plenty  to choose from. In the Asos men’s section we found this Love Moschino bomber with peace logo on Asos for £341, which is perfect for this time of the year.

Women can get cosy in this E.L.K oversized striped jumper which you can find on Asos for £35 and underneath you can wear this Bella Freud Peace And Love T-shirt for £25. When buying this T-shirt you are also supporting the Child War charity by donating £6.25 of the T-shirt price.

From accessories we picked the multi size peace charm necklace by the brand Cheap Monday. You can buy it on Asos, where is currently on the sale for only £8. What a bargain!

Homeware offers us a huge collection of peace bedding, ornaments and other home accessories. We picked this Peace butterflies bedding from Yes We Vibe on which you can now save more than £40 by buying it on sale for only  £78.83.

Is this not enough for you? Imagine to have this gold peace ornament in your living room where every guest can see it. It looks very posh and it adds your home that luxurious touch. Buy it on Rockett St George for only £19.

We hope Fashion North has inspired you. We would like to see how you awarded yourself with some peace clothes or accessories so don’t forget to tag @fashion_north on Twitter on Instagram.





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