A sustainable wardrobe is more than just buying items that are sustainably produced or renting (out) items. It also means taking good care of the clothes you already own to increase their lifespan. In today’s blog, I will teach you how to take care of your wardrobe.
When taken care of properly, leather can last for years. However, intense use of your leather products can weaken or damage the collagen in the leather, and even cause irreparable cracks. It’s therefore important to use a good leather product to restore your product and keep it in pristine condition....
- Author: Elisa
As soon as the new collections hit the store, I’m like a child in a candy store; I get overly excited and want to buy EVERYTHING! But, as we’re still in the midst of Slow Fashion Season, I decided to check which trends I already have in my closet (and you do probably too).
What to give a special spot in your closet this winter:
My personal favorite of last season; the checkered blazer! Combine an oversized blazer (unbuttoned or with a belt) with a black skinny and some western boots, and you’re good...
One month into Slow Fashion Season and I’m struggling. There’s sale everywhere and the new collection is in stores already. I miss the hunt for the perfect piece! Usually, I love to spend hours looking on websites and in stores for the thing I had in mind. I miss the feeling of victory after finally finding it, and the excitement of wearing it and combining it with other pieces in my (way too large) wardrobe.
I complained to a friend about missing the hunt and she invited me to come along to a thrift store. She’s an avid...
- Author Elisa Keur
If you’re a regular reader of my blogs, by now, you are well aware that the fashion industry is one of the most polluting industries in the world. Its water consumption equals 32 million Olympic size swimming pools per year and its CO2 emissions count for 8% of global greenhouse emissions. Numbers like that make you feel guilty for shopping!
If 10.000 people would buy no new clothes for three months, we will save up to 360 million liters of water and...
- Author Elisa Keur
Are you, like me, too poor to buy designer clothes? Spinning Closet is our salvation!
Spinning Closet is an initiative from Ceyla Ruypers and Lilia Planyjan. It’s a new platform that specializes in rental designer fashion. Now everyone can wear designer without spending €1000 on an outfit!
But Spinning Closet is about more than just wearing fancy dresses. It’s about a circular wardrobe; using instead of owning. How often have you spent a lot...
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