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Is Your Laundry Polluting the Ocean? Ways to Stop Micro Plastic Pollution in Clothing.

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Is Your Laundry Polluting the Ocean? Ways to Stop Micro Plastic Pollution in Clothing.

Did you know that 34.8% of primary microplastics in our oceans comes from our synthetic (plastic) clothing (IUCN, 2017). Microplastics are now being found throughout the ocean food chain. Let's put a stop to micro plastic pollution in clothing by shopping natural fibres and being aware of how we wash our clothes!  

Here are a few tips to help you reduce plastic pollution in clothing!

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6 Steps to Spring Clean and Green Your Closet.

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6 Steps to Spring Clean and Green Your Closet.

Some easy-tricks to cleaning out your your closet! Follow these 5-steps to simplify your Spring-Cleaning routine and help you de-clutter with ease! Remove your old toxic clothes and add in some fresh organic clothing too!

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Spring into Spring Bamboo Fashion.

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Spring into Spring Bamboo Fashion.

Don't know what to wear this Spring? We've got you covered in our favourite bamboo clothing pieces! I know it's only February... but it's never too early to prepare for the transition from Infinity Scarves and Fleece Leggings to Lana Skirts and Bless Tops. Here are 5 of our favourite bamboo items to mix and match for casual chic outfits this spring! 1. The Bless Top You're blessed with 2 tops in one! Wear the Bless Bamboo T-Shirt as a scoop-neck or a v-neck. The perfect, pretty addition to your year-round wardrobe has arrived! Layer it under your West Wrap or tuck it into the...

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5 things to look for when shopping for Ethical Fashion.

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5 things to look for when shopping for Ethical Fashion.

 Are you thinking of switching over to the Ethical side of Fashion? I know it can be a bit confusing... the odds are, you've probably bought a top from an Ethical Fashion shop without even knowing it. Whether you're brand new to the Ethical Fashion world, or have already made the switch; here are 5 things you should be looking for when you're shopping for Ethical Fashion.  1. They Use Slow Fashion Practices. Look for brands that support "Slow Fashion." To sum it up, look for brands that focus on quality over quantity, are thoughtful about the environment, and are...

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Why Should You Start thinking Slow when it comes to Fashion? Here's 5 Great Reasons to Support Slow Fashion.

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Why Should You Start thinking Slow when it comes to Fashion? Here's 5 Great Reasons to Support Slow Fashion.

If you follow us on social media you've probably seen the word "Slow Fashion" in MANY in our posts. It's a term that gets thrown around quite often in the fashion industry, but you may be wondering, what exactly does it mean and why should we be starting a conversation about it?
Fast Fashion took a hold in the last 20 years as large brands started producing more and more overseas. This has lead to increased sweatshop use in poor countries and increased pollution. Fashion is now the second largest polluter in the World, just behind the oil and gas industries levels of pollution

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