How to be More Eco-Friendly with Your Fashion Choices

If you’re someone who loves fashion, you’ll probably already be aware of some of the conversations ongoing in the fashion world about the industry’s environmental impact, as well as the impact we have as individual consumers. But what can you do to make more eco-friendly fashion choices and to enjoy fashion while keeping things green and sustainable at the same time? We’re going to talk about that today, so read on.

Repair Rather Than Replace

When something breaks or you find a whole in a piece of clothing that you love, your first reaction might usually be to throw it out and start looking for a new item to replace it with. But is that really the best idea? In most cases, the answer is probably not. You should repair it instead. There are skills you can learn that’ll help you do this or you can let the professionals do it for you.

Choose Vintage Items

Vintage fashion is very much on-trend right now, and there are so many great vintage retailers out there that you can rely on to offer what you’re looking for. And, as we know, buying used items is always greener and more sustainable than simply buying brand new ones. If people relied more on second-hand items, fewer new ones would need to be produced.

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Follow Sustainability-Conscious Fashion Influencers

If you want to get inspiration for a greener and more eco-friendly approach to fashion, you should also change up who you follow on social media and who you listen to as influencers. There are lots of influencers out there who love fashion and focus on how to love it ethically and sustainably. These are the voices you should be listening to.

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Purchase Durable Quality

When you’re buying something, you should try to make sure that you’re purchasing genuine durability and quality because if you’re not, you’ll regret it later. And more significantly, you’ll also end up replacing it quicker and that’s obviously not good from an environmental point of view. Read these blue nile reviews if you want to find out more about what quality and durable jewellery looks like.

Buy Less and Make Items Last Longer

Buying fewer items and instead placing a focus on making those purchases better ones that last longer is definitely the way to go. Everyone is talking about the damage done by fast fashion, and it’s on all of us to start living and buying in a way that encourages that fast fashion industry to continue. If the demand is not there for that approach to fashion, it’ll eventually die out. And that’s what needs to happen.

Be sure to make the most of these tips and ideas if you want to become a greener consumer of fashion. These are things we should all keep in mind and try to work on. Doing so will help us reduce our carbon footprint and feel better about our love of fashion at the same time. So everyone’s a winner.

XO,
Kellyann
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