@fash_rev / Think smart, think quality.
Our clothes suffer when they don’t have room to hang properly and clutter can also be a contributing factor to poor mental health, so taking the time to edit your wardrobe periodically can be beneficial in unexpected ways. But don’t worry, I am not asking you to reduce your wardrobe to seven items! ☺️A capsule wardrobe is about making sure every item in your wardrobe fulfils multiple roles, so that you can have a smaller but harder working wardrobe.
A wardrobe detox also gives us a chance to rethink which brands we want to support. Why not take the time to find out which of your favourite high street, or mid-range and designer brands already follow ethical and sustainable practises and aim to support those as you build your capsule wardrobe? You can afford to be picky and to spend a bit more when you will be buying fewer items, less frequently.
Take a look at some of my favourite brands like @filippa_k , @antibad store that offers a fantastic range of ethical (including vegan and recycled) brands, @nobodydenim, @dl1961denim , @stellamccartney , @arketofficial , @GabrielaHearst, @PeopleTreeUK, @osklen @marahoffman, @edun, @reformation, @maiyet collective; a pop-up bringing together a collection of exciting positive impact brands, @AnineBing is also consistent with offering capsule wardrobe collections, @the_collaborative_store , and so many more that I will be sure to introduce you to.
Finally, don’t forget that a good wardrobe clear out can benefit your local community if you donate unwanted items in good condition to your local charity shops.
You can also drop off your unwanted items (clothes or textiles) in stores like @hm and @andotherstories, and they recycle all the fabrics and creating new garments from old ones.
Thank you for reading and happy Friday!
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