It never occurred to me that the reason I could get a tank top for $3 was because it was produced through child labor and Los Angeles sweatshops with shady fabric sourcing and supply chain practices.
In many ways thrifting is the most feasible financial option for me to build my ethical wardrobe so I rely on snagging second hand finds.
There are dozens of tips to get you started, but here are things that have genuinely helped me start moving towards a ethical wardrobe that I can feel confident in without having to drop big money on ethical brands.
How can we know for sure if something has been produced in safe and fair working conditions, without being fueled by child labor or labor trafficking?
I've been overwhelmed and unsure where to begin, and am still working to navigate how to cultivate an ethical wardrobe with a (very) small budget.