1. SEARCH FOR GREEN CLOTHES
All fabrics release microfibres in the wash. The problem is that microfibers made from synthetic fabric are not biodegradable. These plastic fibers end up in our oceans and they travel along the food chain. For these reasons, organic materials are not only better for the global environment, but for all living creatures, including you.
2. CHOOSE WISELY
High-quality garments and long-lasting designs are essential for the construction of a sustainable wardrobe. When the little ones get too big for their clothes, a worth garment can be donated and reused by someone else.
3. REPAIRS AND REFUNDS
Give your clothes a second chance by covering spots or holes with remaining fabric. When it's time to say goodbye to the garment, it's always better to recycle it, resell it or donate it to an organization.
4. WASH WITH CARE
For many items the laundry bag is not the place to stay: hang your clothes on the coat hanger and let the air do its magic. Remove the smallest stains with natural ingredients, such as white vinegar, baking soda and lemon, and wash your clothes only when it’s really necessary.
5. BE BRAVE
Give up an obsolete business model and set the standard for future generations. Ask the brands to engage in environmental sustainability and support the first that make this choice.