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Recently, we have been meeting a lot of people that are interested in ethical fashion but don’t know how to get into. You can’t just walk into your neighbourhood mall and expect scores of ethical fashion options. Nor can you expect a lot of governmental support in most countries, when it comes to sustainable and ethical fashion.
So how does one embrace ethical fashion? Here are our practical tips:
1) Google it: Search up ethical fashion brands and brand directories. While it might be difficult to find these stores in your local mall, they are many brands popping up online. Our entire collection is available and online with a variety of shipping options.
2) Meet up: Find local events and attend meet ups to learn more about what’s happening locally and internationally in the ethical fashion space, you might even find new products to look at and new
3) Think big: Consider how you and your voice can encourage governments and business associations to improve support for social enterprises, particularly in the retail space
4) DIY: Consider how you can upcycle (converting waste materials or useless products into new materials or products of better quality or for better environmental value) or recycle things you have lying around to create new, unique fashions
So think big, get networking, do a bit of research and have a bit of fun and see how you can revolutionize your wardrobe with fast fashion.