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Things You Can Do to Adapt to Greener Fashion

Things You Can Do to Adapt to Greener Fashion

The fashion industry makes 100 million new pieces every year from virgin materials. We, as consumers, are habitual of the buy-wear-dispose cycle for our fashion. We hardly think of how our clothes impact the environment and pollute it. According to a report by Stand Earth, disposed-off garments are responsible for 8% of the climate change on the planet. Many people are now moving towards creating a sustainable wardrobe where they try to buy clothes as per their sustainability and not trends. If you consider entering the same club, this post is for you. Here, we mention some tips to help you create a worthy wardrobe.

Educate yourself and buy from green brands

The fashion industry is now growing and moving towards sustainable fashion. It uses environmentally-friendly fibers and materials with the most negligible carbon emission to make outfits. You can read about such brands and buy your favorite clothes from there. You can buy sustainable loungewear, party dresses, and even office wear to add to your wardrobe. It is essential to familiarize yourself with different brands and then buy accordingly.

Follow the one-in, one-out rule

When you buy new apparel, ensure that you donate something from your existing closet. It helps you make space for new clothes, and others invest in your clothes rather than buying new pieces for themselves. Please do not keep them hanging for long as it will affect their quality. You would not want to donate clothing that is of no use to anyone. Therefore, you can follow the one-in, one-out rule and become more sustainable.

Invest in quality clothes

The fast-changing fashion trends and affordable pricing makes us overlook product quality. But it is not correct; when making an environment-friendly closet, you should focus on the quality. Buying good quality clothes will motivate the brands to focus on creating high-quality clothing so that more and more people buy them. In addition, the better the quality, the longer it will stay with us. It will be good for our pockets and the environment.

Buy trans-seasonal clothes

Consumers tend to invest in clothes for a particular season, which is one big mistake. As a sustainable buyer, you should bet your money on clothes you know will work-out for more than one season. For instance, you can keep jeans, shirts, classic dresses, and jackets in your wardrobe. The decision on which pieces to add to your wardrobe mainly depends on the weather in your area.

Care for your outfits

Suitable quality garments last longer than other clothes. The one thing that helps you replace lesser clothes is looking after them correctly. Read the wash instructions before putting them into the washer. Dry your garments in the shade to maintain their look. Many clothes need to be hung to preserve their appearance. All the attires come with care instructions mentioned on a tag attached inside. So, the better you care for your garments, the longer they will stay, and the less you need to substitute them with new clothes.

Final words

Getting used to sustainable clothing and wardrobe takes time. You have to be vigilant of your shopping habits, finances, and garment choices. You can start buying rental pieces, swapping clothes with your friends, and even choosing thrift buying for a more sustainable closet to make things easier. There are plenty of creative ideas to adapt to greener fashion. It is up to you to make the most of it and look your best while helping the environment.

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