The wardrobe of an outfit repeater

The wardrobe of an outfit repeater

Since writing my blog on the environmental destruction that fast fashion causes, I’ve been on a mission to curate a sustainable wardrobe. This mostly involves avoiding unnecessary, spontaneous purchases as well as choosing things that I love and know I will always reach for. My current wardrobe isn’t perfect – it’s still growing and changing – but everything in there will get worn. I want all my clothes to have a long life, so no more throwing away after something has been worn a few times.

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Instagram habits

Instagram habits

So this isn’t exactly sustainable living but, for me, it’s a really important way to stay inspired. A few months ago I detoxed my Instagram. I unfollowed people whose life I had no interest in, and more importantly I unfollowed all the influencers and celebrities that made my life feel inadequate unless I owned more material things. At the time it felt like I was missing out, but after a week or so, the only reason I noticed their absence was because I felt happier. It’s such a small and trivial thing, yet seeing influencers with a new outfit every day or on holiday every other month can make you feel your life isn’t enough.

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