DOCC gives you high quality garments that feel comfortable on your body.
The perfect basics combined with amazing musthave items allow you to create a unique look that fits your style and personality.
This label is my dream coming to life.
I got inspired some years ago and over time, while I was training to become an ObGYn doctor, this idea grew into a businessplan.
This year, when I was finishing my ObGyn training in beautiful Cape Town, I saw an opportunity to finally bring this dream to life. DOCC is named after the profession that I love and a second "C" is added for Cape Town, the city that inspired me to take this leap of faith.
Being a female doctor treating only women showed me one thing: Women these days are to be admired. We are ambitious, succesful and beautiful in all our diversity and styles. We want to be fit, look unique and feel good.
The garments I designed will do just that for you! Whether you want to work out, socialise or make that next big move at work.
I am so proud and happy to launch this brand and its first collection. Can't wait to see the way you wear it :)
Shop, enjoy and hopefully see you again really soon!
Written by Nicole Banister
I read a shocking statement a couple months ago that has stuck with me since I read it: every single piece of plastic ever made still exists.
Every. Single. Piece. Let that sink in.
Every bottle. Every container. Every bag. Every wrapper. Every single piece of plastic ever made, in any city, in any country, anywhere, is still on the planet today.
When I began to track the number of times I interacted with plastic on a daily basis, it was a shocking wake-up call. It seemed like almost everything I did, and everything I ate, involved plastic. Even as I typed this piece, I eyeballed my plastic phone case, my plastic cup of bubble tea, and my plastic-laced sneakers. Pause while I shudder.
I’m sure you’ve heard the cry to reduce plastic consumption, and particularly single-use plastic consumption, from a dozen other sources already. But we need to keep hearing it and we need to keep heeding the cry. As plastic piles up in our oceans, on our land, and inside our bellies, every little bit of conservation counts.
We’ve compiled a short list of things to start using instead of plastic. Try to integrate these easy hacks into your daily routine:
To be honest, this list barely scratches the surface of alternatives to plastic. Bamboo cutting boards, wooden hangers, reusable water bottles, compostable garbage bags, metal trash cans — the list goes on and on. But let’s start with these five easy fixes, shall we? We might not be saving all the sea turtles yet, but I certainly would like to think we would be helping a few.