With the rise of more and more environmentally conscious brands using eco-friendly and sustainable methods to manufacture their clothing and accessories, it is time we also play our part in this!
After all, it’s 2020!
It is almost impossible to not worry about global warming and the impact careless consumerism has caused!
If you love fashion and dressing up, you can often hoard on clothes that you only wear once in your life. In order to stay more responsible and practice more sustainability, ensure to use the following motto:
Recycle, Repurpose Reuse!
Using hats, bags and totes that have been produced with organically grown materials such as straw is the best way to go on about looking chic, while being more responsible!
Summers in Pakistan are often ruthless, thus, clothes require frequent washing. Make sure you invest in clothing materials such as Linen that don’t use a lot of amount of water to wash and doesn’t fade away easily!
For men, a linen shirt can go a long way! You can repurpose the shirt and wear in different styles. It can be the perfect casual summer shirt…
..to a classy formal evening wearing a shirt that will look great for any occasion!
Overalls are a perfect way to get creative with your styling. You can wear them in different styles while pairing them up with different inner shirts or wear a crop top over it for a new look every time!
Nothing says being fashionable responsibly more effectively than canvas totes and bags. They’re the best example of looking chic while being eco-friendly!
Looking for eco-friendly alternatives to jeans? Switch to chinos that are made from 100% organic cotton. Organic cotton clothes are more environment friendly as there is less use of pesticides and also use less energy consumption to manufacture!
Your shoes are the most commonly worn out accessory! Switching to washable shoes to reuse them as brand new is the new way forward to sustainable fashion choices!
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