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Subscribe to get our special guide for a capsule wardrobe created by us for you. “[A capsule wardrobe is] a practice of editing your wardrobe down to your favorite clothes (clothes that fit your lifestyle + body right now), remixing them regularly, and shopping less often and more intentionally.”
These questions are crucial when it comes to shopping for clothes. Fold and put away all the clothes that you've decided to keep. Organize our closet in much the same way; and, as a way to combat negative feelings related to hoarding, remind yourself of the people you'll be making happy when you donate your old clothes to charity. Try to associate decluttering with positive thoughts.
How to declutter your wardrobe: 1. Start from the beginning. Take everything out of your wardrobe. 2. Reduce the number of clothes. 3. Separate seasonal clothes. 4. Give the wardrobe a clean. 5. Rearrange items as you put them back. 6. Sort outfits into categories. ... 7. Arrange your wardrobe wisely.
Non-violent silk, Ahimsa Silk or Peace Silk, is produced from cocoons without killing the pupae inside or without sacrificing animal life. “Ahimsa”, meaning “nonviolence”, is a philosophy of many eastern religions, stating that humans should refrain from inflicting suffering on others, including non-human and even non-animal life. In this process silk worm can complete their life cycle and finally fly away as a beautiful butterfly.
Peace silk is vegan because it allows the silkworm to emerge out of the cocoon naturally. Fibres from the damaged cocoon are then spun together forming a silk which has the same luxurious feel as Organic silk, with a raw appearance. The term "vegan silk" is actually the name our silk supplier has given the fabric
The fashion industry has a disastrous impact on the environment. In fact, it is the second largest polluter in the world, just after the oil industry. And the environmental damage is increasing as the industry grows. However, there are solutions and alternatives to mitigate these problems. The first step lies in building awareness and willingness to change.
The fashion industry is using up too much water — here's how you can reduce your H2O footprint. Fashion is undoubtedly a thirsty industry. According to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, textile production uses around 93 billion cubic metres of water annually — the equivalent to 37 million Olympic swimming pools
Ethical fashion is important, because it is our social and environmental responsibility and if we don't act now, it may be too late in the future. Ethical fashion means that there should be clear standards and ethical norms in the garment manufacturing process. It means transparency, security, trust.
Organic cotton is grown using methods and materials that have a low impact on the environment. Organic production systems replenish and maintain soil fertility, reduce the use of toxic and persistent pesticides and fertilizers, and build biologically diverse agriculture. Third-party certification organizations verify that organic producers use only methods and materials allowed in organic production.
8 simple steps to being more sustainable 1. The 30 wears test. 2. Be more informed. 3. Change your attitudes to shopping. 4. Invest in trans-seasonal clothes. 5. Donate your unwanted clothes. 6. Look after your clothes so they last longer. 7. Learn how to repair clothing yourself (or find a good tailor) 8. Go for quality over quantity.
A capsule wardrobe is a collection of a few essential items of clothing that do not go out of fashion, such as skirts, trousers, and coats, which can then be augmented with seasonal pieces. The aim is to have an outfit suitable for any occasion without owning excessive items of clothing. You will receive your free guide on your email address today!
Organic cotton is grown without harmful chemicals, leaving the soil, air and water free from contaminates that cause harm. Organic cotton produces around 46% less CO2e compared to conventional cotton. It also uses far less water to grow since organic cotton growers typically utilize rain far more than irrigation.
One way to reduce your fashion carbon footprint when buying new is to support brands with a circular- or zero-waste ethos. This means they have a production line with low embedded emissions and drastically reduce waste throughout the supply chain. They provide garments with the lowest carbon footprint of any brand.
Water pollution and fashion industry connection. The fashion & textiles industry is a major polluter of water at all stages of the value chain, from the agricultural runoff from cottonfields causing algal blooms that choke rivers, to the dying process releasing a cocktail of toxic chemicals and the washing of clothes releasing microplastics
Tips on How to take care of your clothes: Buy fabrics that are durable. Wash less frequently. Fold clothes along the seams, Let everything air out. The elastic needs to relax. Learn basic repairs. Avoid Ironing. Empty your pockets. Close zippers and other fasteners to prevent snagging.