When it comes to clothing, the most sustainable thing you can do is wear what’s already in your closet. But what if your favourite shirt is missing a button or has a hole? Instead of shopping for a replacement, we want to help you repair that shirt and get it back into the rotation!
I think we can all agree that there is a unique satisfaction in purchasing a piece of clothing that you still find yourself wearing YEARS later. On the flip side, we likely all have a piece of clothing (or a few) that we spent way too much money on, and have barely worn. We want to help you avoid the latter!
Our office feels very passionately about their skincare secrets, and were willing to share them with you all in the tips and tricks of the trade!
Begin 2020 with the “New Year, New Closet” mentality, but without actually buying new clothes! We’ve compiled a list of resources to help you shop your existing wardrobe and curate, style, and repair what’s already there.
What’s often forgotten is that one of the easiest ways to create a more sustainable closet is to take care of the clothes you already have so that they last longer....
Below is the account, from ethical fashion blogger and entrepreneur Lisa Kiss, on her experience with the Winter 2019 #WearYourCloset Challenge.
The art of forming true, genuine connections seems to have become lost – and since it’s likely not to be found in our inboxes, we’ve compiled five tips so you can build better connections...
We created the #WearYourCloset challenge to force ourselves to take a look at the pieces in our closets that we’re not quite willing to part with, but still never wear.