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Indigoprint thought this might be of interest: “The 20 Most Sustainable Underwear Brands.”

In her attempt to buy only resale garments for a year (aside from shoes and undergarments), April enjoyed this list of tips. She adds: “One thing I would appreciate in lists like this is how to reject “fast fashion” when one’s budget is miniscule.”

Dee is getting tired of all the attention given to this type of “stunt dressing.”

Slim cat thought this was an interesting article on clothes recycling.

Suntiger directs us to this article on the beige trend.

Vildy found this blog post thought-provoking, and loves this quote: “Clothes are like words and you have to know how to put them together in a way that sends a certain message.”

UmmLila found this a good read: “Has the basic black dress disappeared?” 

Zaeobi loves Morag’s Instagram account: “She has such fun energy whilst showing us how to practically build colourful looks from base outfits.”

LaPed thought this was an interesting take on the revival of slogan tees.

I Let ChatGPT Dress Me for a Week—Here’s What Happened.” BlueJay says: “Discussions about ChatGPT have gone viral, not just on the internet, but even discussions with my friends and colleagues. The implications for the future of work, art, music, etc., are incredible and almost unbelievable. I know it’s blatant marketing, but kudos to Emma Steinburgs, Senior Brand Associate at M.M.Lafleur for an irresistible subject line.