Photo: Glen Scott
This one is hard for us. We love clothes and get bored easily. But we’re going to try embracing slow fashion as much as possible and hope you will, too.
Slow fashion has different meanings to different people, but in general, slow fashion is defined as buying fewer items of clothing that are better made than, say, H&M or Target items. They are manufactured more carefully, with knowledge of the supply chain. Often, these clothes are created environmentally responsibly as well, with organic or sustainable textiles.
Your challenge today is to read up on slow fashion.
Digiday: WTF is Slow Fashion?
Crain’s: How to Live a Slow Fashion Life