A great way to start your journey in ethical/sustainable fashion is working with what you have and slowly incorporating sustainable items. If you still need a fix for “trendy items” try visiting your local Goodwill and give an item a second life.
It has no worker empowerment initiatives in its supply chain. It has made little to no progress towards paying a living wage across its supply chain." It's pretty shocking for a brand that states: "We promote the wellbeing of every worker by supporting efforts to create safe and healthy working conditions and UNIQLO works closely with each factory to ensure the production of high quality clothes."
Today I'm so pleased to announce that we have our first company feature interview! This is Mariana, creator and owner of Kaju. I have personally purchased from this lovely lady before (see my photo at the bottom of the interview!) and I am obsessed with her style. She agreed to share her heart behind her … Continue reading Company Spotlight: Kaju Creations
I'm starting to explore small ethical businesswoman that I feel comfortable supporting because I think supporting those who are doing it right is just as, if not more important, than "boycotting" fast fashion brands. I'm focusing on my mindsets that are potentially misguided and hoping to learn from others in this ethical community because I know that valuing those right in front of me also in this movement is just as important as trying to advocate for people I may likely never meet.
I find it so much more rewarding to have less clothing now. It has helped me figure out what I really want to be wearing and what my style really is, separate from the trendy clothes at fast fashion stores.