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.Continue reading “The wardrobe of an outfit repeater”
I’m certainly not blame-free when it comes indulging in fast fashion because who doesn’t love a new outfit for the weekend? But slowly, I’m making changes to reduce my impact by encouraging myself to pay attention to the damage it’s causing.
Fast fashion describes how ever-changing fashion trends move from the catwalk into high street and online shops quickly and inexpensively. Now this might sound wonderful for both your bank account and wardrobe, but it isn’t so wonderful for the environment. The environmental impact of fast fashion is immense and spans from the beginning of the process all the way to after you’ve thrown away your unwanted garms.Continue reading “Fast Fashion”