Wishcycling: The Dos And Don\'ts Of Being Good At Recycling

Fast fashion is increasingly becoming a problem and once again, I’m not pointing any fingers, but I don’t think it helps that online, people are seemingly wearing a different outfit every day of the year. That’s impossible unless you own

Paris Hilton‘s closet – I saw it on her cooking show, it’s huge.

Anyway, no one needs to buy clothes for 365 days of the year. I still own shirts I bought from an op shop in London (brag) seven years ago, and not even I thought corduroy would come back in…which it did. These styles just go around in a circle, so stop chasing that circle.

The problem with fast fashion is that we’re buying 60% more clothing and keeping them for about half as long as we did 15 years ago, and in the process we’re giving so many of our clothes away in record time. The places that receive them are getting overwhelmed and the clothes become trash quick-sticks.

“It is estimated that only 15% of our donated clothes are resold within Australia, the rest are sent to landfill or overseas to developing nations,” Pip confirms.

Source : https://www.pedestrian.tv/news/5-things-you-can-do-to-help-clean-up-ausstralia-vev/

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Wishcycling: The Dos And Don\'ts Of Being Good At Recycling

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Wishcycling: The Dos And Don\'ts Of Being Good At Recycling

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Wishcycling: The Dos And Don\'ts Of Being Good At Recycling

Wishcycling: The Dos And Don\'ts Of Being Good At Recycling

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Wishcycling: The Dos And Don\'ts Of Being Good At Recycling