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Sustainable Style Do's + Don'ts

Sustainable Style Do's + Don'ts

 

Don't: Throw your clothes away. Donate or resell them, the less textile waste in the landfills the better!

Do: Be conscious of where you shop + why. Try not to support fast fashion + try finding sustainable places to shop like thrift/consignment shops. Sustainable brands will always be "in style".

Don't: Shame people for their fashion choices. Encourage others to learn more sustainable ways of consuming rather than shaming them for shopping fast fashion.


Sustainable Style : From concept to product.

Sustainable Style : From concept to product.


Sustainable Materials

Microfibers from synthetic fabrics are polluting the earth's waters due to laundering. Microfibers are tiny threads that are shed from fabric. 

One study found that 34.8% of microplastics found in oceans come from the textile and clothing industry and the majority of them were made of polyester, polyethylene, acrylic, and elastane.

The materials that make up the fabrics used directly impacts and contributes to: consumption of water, microplastic pollution, greenhouse gas emissions, soil degradation, rainforest destruction and lastly landfill waste of epic proportions.

A Fabric Guide :

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Sustainable Fashion : What is it?

Sustainable Fashion : What is it?

 

What is Sustainable Fashion?

For something to be sustainable it has to be able to continue on without the exploitation of earths natural resources. Sustainable production includes clothes made from natural materials than can be easily biodegraded into earths soil. The most clothes that are made from organic cotton, hemp, linen, pinatex + more.

The Supply Chain

Sustainability is desperately needed through out the entire fashion supply chain. From concept and design all the way to distribution and delivery. Luckily researchers have found a solution to the over industrialization of fashion. A system of interconnecting parts...


How To Have A More Sustainable Lifestyle

How To Have A More Sustainable Lifestyle

Waste is an unfortunate thing and improper waste management is even more unfortunate. Proper waste disposal is location specific and depends on local services and infrastructure. Contact your local hauler or city services for guidance on waste disposal. If everyone properly managed their waste it could save energy, reduce the amount of trash in landfills and help create more jobs in the recycling and manufacturing industries. According to the EPA, the environmental protection agency, 52.1 % of waste goes to landfills and only 30% of waste is recycled.  The way we handle our garbage at home is important, so we...