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Extend the life of your clothes Few people know that a huge part of the impact fashion has on the environment happens when people care for their clothes. Washing, tumble drying, ironing. All these things uses energy and resources that sometimes are unnecessary. Here are some tips to minimise your environmental impact.
Wash less Want your love of fashion to impact the environment as little as possible? Start by washing less. There are ways to keep your clothes fresh that doesn’t involve a washing machine. Like spot cleaning or airing out your clothes. And when you do wash - only do full loads.
Wash cooler Did you know that the temperature on your care label tells you the highest temperature that item can be washed in? That means that you can wash it in cooler temperatures. Like way cooler. Switching from 60°C to 30°C makes a massive change for the environment. We want to point out that some things need to be washed at higher temperatures to get clean - like underwear and socks.
Use less detergent Most people use way too much detergent when they wash their clothes. Read instructions and measure carefully. This will help you save money too. Of course, you should always pick an organic or environmentally friendly brand.
Air dry Your tumble dryer isn’t doing you any favours. Besides being handy, it’s harsh on your clothes and age them quicker than necessary - creating burls or make colours look washed out. We recommend that you line dry or use hangers instead. Some natural materials, especially in knitwear, need to flat dry. Don’t forget the towel underneath.
Iron less We all have a nan or uncle who irons EVERYTHING (undies included). It might look sharp, but it wastes energy. So, try to go less pedantic on your wardrobe and only iron when you really need to. Using shower steam is a cool way to naturally reduce creases in clothes. Just hang your clothes in the bathroom when you shower.
Give your clothes new life We all have clothes that we would never get rid off. Not in a million years. But we also have pieces that we’ve grown tired of. It happens. The most important thing is that you don’t just throw them in the trash, because they could be treasures to someone else. Or - with a few alterations - to you.
Turn old clothes into new Release your inner creative goddess and turn your old clothes into new fun pieces. Crop sweatshirts and tops. Cut your jeans into shorts or make a skirt. Turn a t-shirt into a pillow case. There are so many ways to upcycle clothes - let Pinterest or YouTube be your guide.
Swap Most people use way too much detergent when they wash their clothes. Read instructions and measure carefully. This will help you save money too. Of course, you should always pick an organic or environmentally friendly brand.
Sell Selling your clothes is a great way to make some extra money. These days we rarely wear clothes to shreds (except for your favourite jeans) so each piece can still have some value.

There are a few options when selling used clothes:

Apps: There are several big apps with marketplaces where you can sell used clothes, shoes and accessories. Remember to be realistic about the price and try to take good photos to increase the chance of selling your wardrobe.

Social media: A lot of people sell clothes (and everything else) in groups or pages on different social media platforms. Facebook Marketplace or groups are probably the most common channels for getting in touch with people that want to shop.

Second hand shops: Some second hand shops buy clothes directly from you. Some allow you to display your items in their shop and give you money once sold. These shops are normally a bit more picky about what they buy, so it is mostly suitable for vintage, designer or unique pieces that fit their aesthetic.
Donate If you don’t think that you can sell your clothes, then try your friends and family. Maybe one of your loved ones would love a new get up. If you don’t have any takers donate your clothes and textiles to a charity, local women’s shelter or second hand shop. Then someone else can find and love your treasures.
Recycle You should only recycle clothes and textiles that are in such a bad condition that you can’t give them new life any other way. This goes for underwear, socks and textiles that have been loved so long that they are too broken to mend.


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