Buying less, exploring second-hand shopping, and wanting to buy sustainably and ethically produced clothing, the slowing down of retail and staying at home has people rethinking their fashion consumption habits:
- Is Sustainable Loungewear the Future of Fashion? asks Refinery29.
- In Australia, the first high-end recycle beauty concept store wants to get rid of disposable packaging.
- The Guardian rounds up 10 brands that make sustainable workout gear.
- How fashion influencers are fueling “wear-once” culture.
- Here are 18 size-inclusive brands that are making sustainable and ethical fashion more accessible for everyone.
- I really enjoyed these stories of long-lasting love for favourite items of clothing.
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Elle reports that “in isolation, we’re finally dressing for ourselves.” Nuancedream adds: “Hurrah for DYOT (Do Your Own Thing) because even in the midst of a pandemic we can rediscover the joy of style.”
Runcarla doesn’t quite know what to think about this immensely popular “strawberry” dress, but she kind of wants to try it too.
Vildy enjoyed reading this totally different take on the housedress, from The Guardian archive.
Suntiger recommends taking a peek at the Dior Haute Couture 2020 collection. She loves the Barbie-size gowns.