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Extend the life of your clothes

Few people know that a large part of the effect fashion has on the world occurs as people care about their clothing. Washing, tumble drying, ironing. Both of these activities use energy and resources that are unnecessary at times. Here are some tips for mitigating your effect on the world.

Wash Less

Do you want your love of fashion to have as little impact as possible on the environment? Start by doing less washing. There are forms that do not need a washing machine to keep your clothes fresh. Like washing the place or airing the clothes out. And just do full loads when you do wash.

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Wash Cooler

Did you know that the temperature on your care label informs you that the item should be washed at the maximum temperature? That means that in cooler temperatures, you can wash it. Like the Cooler Way. The transition from 60 ° C to 30 ° C causes the atmosphere to change massively. We want to point out that to get clean - including underwear and socks - certain things need to be washed at higher temperatures.

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Use less detergent

When they wash their clothing, most individuals use way too much detergent. Read the directions and carefully calculate them. This is also going to help you save money. You should always choose an organic or environmentally friendly brand, of course.

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Air dry

It's not your tumble dryer doing you any favours. In addition to being handy, it's rough on your clothes and ages them faster than required - making burls or washing out colours. We encourage you to line dry or just use hangers. Some natural materials require flat drying, particularly in knitwear. Underneath, don't forget the towel.

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Iron less

Everyone of us has a nan or uncle who irones all (undies included). It might look sharp, but energy is wasted. So, try to make your wardrobe less pedantic, and just iron when you really need to. The use of shower steam is a cool way of naturally minimising fabric creases. When you shower, just hang your clothes in the bathroom.

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Give your clothes new life

Many of us have clothing we'll never get rid of. Not in one million years' time. But we've got parts we've grown tired of, too. It's happening. The most important thing is that you don't just throw them in the garbage, because someone else may have treasures. Or to you - with a few alterations.

Turn old clothes into new

Release your inner goddess of imagination and turn your old clothes into new pieces of fun. Sweatshirts and tops for crops. Split the jeans into shorts or make a skirt out of them. Turn a t-shirt into a case with a pillow. There are so many ways to upcycle clothes - let your guide be Pinterest or YouTube.

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Swap

When they wash their clothing, most individuals use way too much detergent. Read the directions and carefully calculate them. This is also going to help you save money. You should always choose an organic or environmentally friendly brand, of course.

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Sell

A smart way to make some extra money is to sell your clothes. We rarely wear shredded clothes these days (except for your favourite jeans), but each piece can still have some meaning.

There are few options when selling used clothes

Apps: There are also wide marketplace applications where you can sell used garments, shoes, and accessories. Remember to be rational about the price and strive to take good pictures to improve your wardrobe's chance of sale.

Social Media: A lot of people on various social media sites sell clothes (and everything else) in groups or pages. The most popular platforms for getting in contact with individuals who want to shop are probably the Facebook Marketplace or groups.

Second hand shops: Some second hand shops directly purchase clothes from you. Some allow you to show your goods in their shop and, once sold, give you cash. Typically, these stores are a bit more picky about what they purchase, so it is mostly fitting for antique, designer or exclusive items that suit their aesthetic.

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Donate

If you don't think you should sell your clothing, give your friends and family a try. Perhaps one of your loved ones would love to get up again. Your clothing and textiles are donated to a charity, local women's shelter or second hand shop if you don't have any takers. Then your jewels can be found and cherished by someone else.

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Recycle

Only clothes and textiles that are in such a poor state can be recycled that you will not give them new life any other way. This refers to underwear, socks and fabrics that have been appreciated for so long that they are too damaged to repair.

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