Learning about the impacts of fast-fashion is one thing, but taking steps towards changing it is what we do best here at Greenredeem. Better yet, it doesn’t require huge amounts of effort or money in order to tackle fast-fashion. We’re asking this week, for our members to slow down fast-fashion by following these easy steps.
Tip 1: Make a capsule wardrobe
A capsule wardrobe is not based on fashion, but style. Grabbing a base colour and working in some versatile pieces that match your style. These clothes will be worn time and time again rather than sitting in the back of your wardrobe. Better yet, it means you can have multiple outfits for a fraction of the price. You can find out how to build a capsule wardrobe here.
Tip 2: Shop second-hand
We’re not just talking charity shops, especially as getting out and about lately isn’t an option for all of us. Check out online stores and apps, including Preworn who are offering up to 33% off for our members! Yes, a second-hand shop offering a discount! Check out the fashion rewards in the reward section of your account!
Tip 3: Treat yourself in a sustainable way
If you want to get all dressed up for a black-tie event, the likelihood of finding a gown that you fall in love with and fits in a second-hand store is low. Which is why we suggest you rent instead of purchasing brand new items. You can rent designer brands from online stores like Hurr, or head to Devout and purchase a subscription.