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  1. TOXIC FABRIC Harmful For The Environment

    Polyester Polyester is the worst fabric you can buy. It is made from synthetic polymers that are made from esters of di-hydric alcohol and terpthalic acid. Basically, they are toxic.   The human body can only withstand so much toxic load – and the endocrine disrupting chemicals which don’t seem to bother you may be [read more…]


    Americans discard an estimated 68 POUNDS of clothing a year, while buying 10 pounds of recycled clothes   About 99 percent of what is thrown away can be recycled.   1 out of 5 Americans shops resale. That’s about 64 million. But that’s a low percentage compared to the rest of the world.   Worldwide about [read more…]

  3. Why Do We Keeping Buying Clothes We Won’t Wear?

    We’ve all got clothes in our closets we don’t wear. Alright, let’s be brutally honest and admit that we haven’t even touched many of the clothes in our closets  – some we haven’t touched at all!   We’ll pull them out every now and then, give them a long stare for a few seconds before deciding [read more…]

  4. Bad Shopping Habits You Need To Break Immediately

    We’re all guilty of bad shopping habits that cause us to spend unnecessarily and fill our closets with clothes we don’t really need.  It’s alright to splurge every now and then but if it’s a habit that causes you to max out your credit cards and create bagfuls of waste – it needs to be [read more…]

  5. The Dirty Side of the Fashion Industry

    Who would have thought that behind all the expensive clothes and the flashing camera lights, the fashion industry was hiding a dirty secret? The illustrious fashion industry that embodies class, art and everything else that’s glamorous is in fact the second biggest polluter of the planet!   The oil industry has been given flak for [read more…]

  6. Why Big Brands are Struggling to Embrace Sustainable Fashion

    When we think of pollution and hazardous waste, images of sewage being dumped into the ocean and rivers and smoke being emitted by cars and industries generally come to mind. We don’t think that maybe the clothes on our backs are one of the culprits as well.   The fashion industry has long been accused [read more…]

  7. Spending On Designer-Wear Can Help You Save Money And The Environment!

    Want to save money? Buy designer-wear! The low-costs of fast-fashion brands may be tempting but they can’t compare to the quality and brand power of designer brands – and they help you save money in the long-run.   The problem with fast-fashion Environmentalists or recycling firms across the world of consistently highlighted the negative impact of [read more…]

  8. 5 Biodegradable Fabrics That You Want in Your Closet

    Every piece of clothing that we wear impacts our environment in one way or the other. Loads of chemicals are used to make the clothes that we wear; toxic chemicals that continue to deteriorate the health of our planet.   Many studies have suggested that the common materials used in our fabric such as nylon, [read more…]