What was once trendy quickly becomes a fashion faux pas we regret later in life. Leisure suits and layered t-shirts. Dresses and skirts were worn over jeans. And don’t forget that awkward era of bucket hats and head-to-toe denim.
Season after season trends change. And so do our clothes. Fashion waste comes from a variety of issues, but one of the biggest culprits is the movement toward “fast fashion.” This term refers to clothes made cheaply and quickly to meet demands around new styles. These clothes are typically so poorly made that you’ll toss them out right along with the trend. This leads to environmental issues
Microfibers from fabrics wind up in the ocean and threaten aquatic life
Clothes made of synthetic fibers don’t break down — adding to our landfills
Making clothes generates an increased use of toxins and pesticides
The push to be trendy and on style leads to quickly and poorly made clothing
When we focus on sustainable fashion, we’ll see benefits across the world.
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