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10 benefits of Eco friendly clothing [Video]

Benefits of eco friendly clothing you need to know1. Benefits of sustainable fashion help reduce pollution and waste2. Benefits in the life of animals3 Slowing down climate change and global warming4. Benefits in saving natural resources, water and energy5. There are benefits over using fast fashion6. Improve current fashion trends7. Promote sustainable fashion8. Human health is protected9. Defend human rights10. Support the local economy11. The price of eco-friendly clothes is cheaper than other clothesSee details at: https://dugarco.com/en/benefits-of-eco-friendly-clothing/If you are interested in an eco friendly clothing manufacturer, find out about the company Dugarco. One of the largest and reputable clothing factories in Vietnam, with many certifications related to the production of environmentally friendly clothes, was chosen by many world fashion companies as a supplier.”

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SECONDHAND SHOPPING IRL ep4 | Buy or Bye [Video]

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What is Slow Fashion? (And Where To Buy?) [Video]

Slow fashion is the exact opposite of fast fashion. If fast fashion is more cheap bulk production, slow fashion is about being mindful of the materials used in production. It is about creating garments that will last in your wardrobe for a very long time.WHY SLOW FASHION?You might be asking yourself, “if I pursue slow fashion purchasing then would I become less trendy”? The answer is a definite no. Slow fashion designs are meant to be transitional, which means that even if it is not the newest style of clothing, you will still fit in nicely.And if you’re thinking about price, I know that some slow fashion clothing is more expensive than fast fashion ones, but does that mean that you will have a shortage of clothing if you choose to go slow fashion? The answer is also no. Slow fashion purchasing means that you are prioritizing quality over quantity. It is about buying less but having better quality clothing. WHY IS SLOW FASHION BECOMING MORE POPULAR?More and more people are growing tired of the sustainability problems that the fast fashion trend produced. The industry depletes our resources and also has unethical working spaces. Thus, slow fashion provides a way for people to have high quality and sustainable clothing. The slow fashion industry promotes eco-friendly practices and ethical production standards, which means that both our planet and the workers can both benefit from the growing industry. They also promote having timeless designs, and high-quality essentials that will never go out of style, which means that even us consumers benefit a lot from the growing industry of slow fashion.We all can benefit from having slow fashion in our lives. In order for us to help the growth of the slow fashion industry, we must support more ethical brands.WHAT IS AN ETHICAL BRAND?An ethical brand is a type of brand that positively impacts people, the planet, and its animals. They make sure that they have a fair working environment, and that they are careful in their use of resources and energy. They also prioritize being 100% vegan in their products. WHAT ARE THE ETHICAL BRANDS WE CAN CHOOSE FROM?There are lots of clothing brands trying to implement sustainable and ethical practices. I will share a few brands that are famous for the quality of their sustainable clothing. These are just a few from our list of slow fashion brands. If you’re interested in finding more brands or watching a brand review, like and comment on this video to show us you want more content like this.First one is Pact. They are known for making soft sustainable clothes. They are the best for fair trade organic cotton basics.Another one is Quince. They see sustainability as a standard and not as a luxury. They are known for their affordable silk and cashmere. Another slow fashion brand is ABLE. Their clothing and accessories are made fairly and they are leading the way in the fashion industry by having transparency – they publish their wages.Last one for our video is an LA-based brand named Sotela. They make timeless and quality clothing that are also earth friendly. Their garments are also made-to-order, which means there are no wasted materials in their production line. Living a slow fashion life does not only benefit yourself, but it also benefits everyone around us. Slow fashion does not only mean that we have higher quality clothing, it also means that we have a higher quality of life.As society continues to demand more resources from our planet, us fashionistas need to make a change!

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Is fashion rental the answer to sustainable style? Jasmine Hemsley joins our discussion panel [Video]

Our intoxication with fast fashion has contributed to the erosion and degradation of the natural world. The fashion industry will need to dramatically reduce its use of natural resources to meet looming climate targets. So what role can fashion retailers play? Our expert fashion panel discusses why it’s critical for the industry to adopt sustainable practices to protect and restore nature, support a circular economy and change consumer mindsets from Fashion Conscious to Conscious Fashion.ModeratorCarolyn Asome, Fashion and Design JournalistPanelistsBeth Pettet, Head of Category, Fashion Brands, John Lewis & PartnersJasmine Hemsley, Wellbeing expert, author and tv presenterCharlotte Morley, thelittleloop founder and CEOVictoria Prew, HURR co-founder and CEO Be a part of the change to a more sustainable world. Check out our new womenswear fashion rental powered by HURR at johnlewis.com/fashionrental #SustainableFashion #Sustainability #JohnLewis #DrivenByPurpose