Recently one of our Pintrest re-pins has been getting a lot of attention. Meaning, that the pin has been re-pinned by hundreds of other Pintrest enthusiasts. An article written by Danielle L. Vermeer called “A 5 step guide to Ethical Fashion” is what all the buzz is about.
Danielle began a journey not to buy new clothing unless it was ethically or sustainable made. Danielle felt somewhat overwhelmed when she first began her commitment, a sentiment that even those of us in the fair trade field can relate to. So, in hopes of helping others tackle this feat she wrote a wonderful article that we would like to pass along. I won’t recap the article because I believe you should read it for yourself. That being said, I will provide you with the key points in hopes of enticing you to read her article.
1: Research Ethical Fashion
2: Look into Your Favorite Fashion Brands
3: Hold Your Favorite Fashion Brands Accountable
4: Support Sustainable Fashion Companies
5: Buy Less & Buy Smarter
Just this week, I found another article that also speaks to ethical fashion. This one was written by Christina Robert and is called “Sustainability: What slow fashion means to me and why I choose to wear my values.” I also pinned this article to our Pintrest board called Fair Trade Fashion. She does a great job explaining what “Slow Fashion” is all about and how it makes us truly happy. It is another great article that I believe is worthy your time and that you should read to get the full story.
I hope you will find these articles as interesting as I and other Pintrest enthusiasts have found them to be. I also hope that they will inspire you “to be the change you want to see in the world.”
If you like these articles please follow us on Pintrest so we can follow you. We would love to see what other interesting articles, products, places and people you can expose us to.
Here are the links to the articles and our Pintrest page where the articles are posted.