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#secondhandfirst week: review

This is a snapshot of some of the clothes I wore this week for TRAID’s #secondhandfirst week.

The aim of the campaign is to encourage people to think about where their clothes come from, who makes them (and what their working conditions are like), and the environmental impact fast fashion has. 226 more words

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Made In...

Well, well, well. Let me be one of the first to congratulate you for living through Black Friday. Unfortunately, you’ve been punished by being redirected to my blog. 1,088 more words


#Secondhandfirst week: day five

I’m still following #TRAID’s #secondhand first campaign this week and have pledged to wear 90% second hand. Today I caught up on household jobs and wore basically the same outfit as Friday: secondhand TOAST jeans, brown vest top (secondhand) underneath the khaki blouse I wore on Wednesday and my grey jumper from Monday’s post. 106 more words


Here's the trick that fast fashion plays on your brain—and the ugly consequences

This week, Actuality slips into some fast fashion and learns how it pushes your brain’s buttons to make you buy. But the trick means hiding the true cost of the clothes—including some surprisingly bad news for the environment. 169 more words

Minimalista nyugalomsziget az Andrássy út forgatagában: COS (VisualRhymes)

Novembertől újabb márka bővíti a hazai igényes, már-már high-end felé mutató fast fashion boltok spektrumát: a COS időtlen szabásvonalaival, letisztult designba kevert modern funkcionalitásával válhat majd az elérhető minőséget keresők ideális lelőhelyévé. 168 more words


#Secondhandfirst Week: Day Four

Today is Day Four of the national campaign by the organisation, TRAID, called #secondhandfirst week. For seven days we are being encouraged to wear clothing that is second-hand. 48 more words

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