Sustainable Style Blog — Clear Outs

In Need Of A Wardrobe Revival? Here’s My Five Day Plan

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In Need Of A Wardrobe Revival?  Here’s My Five Day Plan
If your wardrobe has been flagging after a busy summer of use or if you haven’t had a good clear out in a while, now is the perfect time as the seasons gently shift to autumn. Here's my five day wardrobe revival plan to guide you through the steps to creating a wardrobe you love that is ready for the coming season.

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The Fluid Wardrobe – how to build the ultimate sustainable wardrobe you love

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The Fluid Wardrobe – how to build the ultimate sustainable wardrobe you love
How can we work towards a more environmentally friendly wardrobe without having to resort to a beetroot tie-dyed dress made from sack cloth?  How can we build a wardrobe we feel good about but also want to wear?  In this blog, I'll be taking you through the concept of a fluid wardrobe and sharing my tips on how to create one for yourself.

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Organising your wardrobe for winter

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Organising your wardrobe for winter
In our video blog this week, Victoria from Frankie & Ruby shares top tips on how (and why) to have a seasonal wardrobe clear out.

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How to take a more sustainable approach to your wardrobe...without buying a single thing.

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How to take a more sustainable approach to your wardrobe...without buying a single thing.
If you've been thinking about how you can take a more sustainable approach to what you wear, we share five easy tips you can implement immediately. 

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Nine Ways You Can Create A More Sustainable Wardrobe

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Nine Ways You Can Create A More Sustainable Wardrobe
What can we do to help reduce the environmental impact of clothes production, purchase and disposal without having to resort to a tie dyed hemp kaftan and raffia sandals?  Here’s a few ideas to help get you started thinking about how you can create a more sustainable approach to your wardrobe.

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