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Blog — Sustainability

Create a project using deadstock!

Posted by Ryan Tindall on

We know our planet is facing challenging times and, in order to be safe, we must change our lifestyles which we all know is going to result in more time at home. 
With this in mind, we put together a few ideas on how you can use deadstock fabrics to create small projects that will help make the next few weeks fly past!

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How to resist throwing away what we don’t need?

Posted by Ryan Tindall on

Whilst we know that there is a huge amount of waste on our planet, just what is causing it and how can we as humans resist throwing away these items and adding to the problem?
To start with, lets look at what some of the biggest causes to the waste issue actually are.

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Slow living

Posted by Ryan Tindall on

Slow living, slowly. This is a lifestyle that suggests that we should not just live slowly because of the world's constant acceleration, but also be inspired by simple and real beliefs, so you can learn how to enjoy every moment.

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How can you take care of your favourite garments?

Posted by Ryan Tindall on

You have heard us talking about sustainability quite a few times. Having a sustainable lifestyle includes a wide variety of options like buy less, buy smarter, recycle, up-cycle...but there are many other things you can do, starting with your laundry routine! Today, we put up a few tips on how you can take care of your favourite garments (and all the others!) so they can last longer, make you feel better and even help you save a lot of money! 

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How to make sustainability affordable?

Posted by Gravity Software Collaborator on

According to Fashion United, it’s estimated that we don’t use 50% of our clothes. But why does this happen? Because we buy much more than we need. Add the thrill of buying something new to the fast-fashion lower prices and you have the right recipe to mass consumerism.
So how can we stay true to our sustainable values and to our budget?

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