As Halloween is all about the costumes, this can have a big impact on the environment and many cheaply made Halloween costumes could be considered fast fashion. Here are some tips for how you can have a slow fashion Halloween holiday this year.
My husband recently had a big sort of his clothes and made a list of some things he needs. He’s definitely someone who wears their clothes until their totally wrecked so he really did need some new items.
My daughter starts school for the first time this September and I’ll be looking to source the majority of her school uniform secondhand or pre-loved. As well as buying the usual school dresses, t-shirts and jumpers, and P.E kit, we’ll also be buying a set of waterproofs and wellies for her to wear when she does forest school.
Do you want to learn more about buying second-hand clothing? Let’s take a look at all the great reasons to shop pre-loved.
Do you know the difference between fast fashion and slow fashion? In this post, I take a look at Slow Fashion Vs Fast Fashion, what the difference is and the impact each of these has on the environment.
As someone that is passionate about slow fashion, shopping second hand and lessening the impact my own fashion choices have on the environment I thought it might be time to write a little something about how I feel about Primark.
As summer is fast approaching, it can be very tempting to start shopping like crazy for the warmer months ahead. However, those of us who are trying to take a slow fashion approach to shopping for clothes may need to take more time and care over what we buy. Here are five tips for having a slow fashion summer.
Aside from shopping at Charity shops, Vinted is my number one place to go for buying second-hand clothing. I’ll happily sit and have a good scroll through each evening looking for bargains. In this post, I am going to take a look at some of the ways to find cheap clothes on Vinted.
Are you looking to start shopping more ethically when it comes to buying clothes? Here are my tips for avoiding fast fashion and rethinking your shopping habits.
With many students finally having able to have a prom this year and many young people seriously concerned about the future of our planet, I thought it was time to take a look at some ideas for finding sustainable prom dresses.
Sequined clothing is very popular during the festive seasons and is an easy way to add a bit of Christmas sparkle to any outfit. But we often don’t think about the environmental impact sequins can have. So, before you buy that bling, take a look at some of the reasons sequins could end up being banned and how you can purchase them in a more ethical way.
As Halloween approaches, you may be disappearing at all of the plastic associated with it – in particular lots of individually wrapped sweets, Halloween costumes and decorations made of plastic. Here are some awesome Plastic Free Halloween ideas so you can start working towards are more environmentally friendly Halloween Holiday.
As well as buying mostly second-hand clothing for myself, I’m also buying as much secondhand clothing for my daughter as I can too. If you have kids, you’ll know how quickly they seem to grow out of everything so this is a great way for me to buy better, save money and practice a more eco-friendly lifestyle.
You may have heard the term ‘slow fashion’ recently but not really know what it actually means. As the slow fashion movement becomes more and more popular I want to take a look at what individuals can do to get involved and answer the question – what is slow fashion?