Sustainability

Did you know that the textile industry is the second most polluting industry in the world?

The first is the oil industry.

Did you know that it takes 2700 liters of water to make one t-shirt?

2700 liters is enough for one person to drink for 900 days

Did you know that 1 in 2 people throw their unwanted clothes straight in the trash?

This means that 64% of the 32 billion garments produced each year end up in landfill.

BUT BEING TRENDY CAN STILL BE SUSTAINABLE.

TOGETHER WE CAN CONTRIBUTE TO A MORE RESPONSIBLE CONSUMPTION!

Buy second hand

By making 2nd hand your 1st choice you are helping to reduce the excessive production of clothing and consequently reducing the negative effects of the textile industry.

Sell Clothes you no longer use

Most people do not use 50% of the clothes in their closet. Give your clothes a second chance and take the opportunity to earn extra money.

repair damaged products

We must try to extend the life of our products. When we still like a product, but do not use it because it is damaged, we must remember that we can repair or transform it into another product. We just need some creativity.

10 Sustainable tips


1. Change your attitude towards excessive clothing consumption.

2. Do not buy on impulse.

3. Estimate your clothes and preserve them for longer.

4. Buy in less quantity, but with more quality.

5. Do not throw clothes in the trash.

6. Repair defective clothing and adjust clothing that no longer suits you so well.

7. Make donations to those who need the most.

8. Buy in 2nd hand.

9. Sell what you no longer use.

10. Rent to use in special occasions.