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.
I wanted to share with you all exactly what my wardrobe looks like right now. I've only been adding ethical pieces (predominantly by way of thrifting) since September 2018 after almost a year of no shopping and countless purges of my closet.
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.