Sustainable Style Blog — Slow Fashion

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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Green is the new black - why secondhand clothes are in fashion

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Green is the new black - why secondhand clothes are in fashion
There is a welcome trend emerging – more and more people are turning to secondhand clothes as a way to bring new things into their wardrobe. With the rise of online preloved stores, what’s fuelling our new love affair with secondhand fashion?  In this blog, we explore the trend to buy preloved clothing and look at why the move is so good for consumers.

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The #FashionFast Capsule Wardrobe Challenge 2021

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The #FashionFast Capsule Wardrobe Challenge 2021
What is a capsule wardrobe and how do you create one?  In the #fashionfast challenge, we start by picking seven items and wear them in combinations for seven days.  What you learn about yourself and your preferences can help set you up for deciding how and what to add to your own capsule wardrobe plans.

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What's the oldest thing hanging in your wardrobe?

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What's the oldest thing hanging in your wardrobe?
In this blog, Victoria shares her oldest item from the wardrobe, and explains the concept of cost per wear.

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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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