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Who Made My Clothes?

Thrifting is a solution, but it’s not the solution. Here’s why.

Why Thrifting is Not a Silver Bullet

Thrifting and buying used is a great option for many people to sustainably buy clothes, but is it the most ethical option, as it is often presented? In a thread on ethical clothing habits, Eco-Stylist presented another angle; supporting brands that create sustainable clothing and pay their workers fairly is […]

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How One Ethical Brand Puts People First: KNOWN SUPPLY

How One Ethical Brand Puts People First KNOWN SUPPLY

At Eco-Stylist we love every ethical brand we recommend to you. Ethical brands humanize the fashion industry and make us feel good–inside and out–about what we wear. When we discover an ethical brand that looks like it might be a good fit for our customers we first research that brand […]

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16 Ways You Can Do Good on Earth Day + Fashion Revolution Week

16 Ways To Do Good For Earth Day and Fashion Revolution Week

Earth Day is right around the corner and many people want to dedicate their April 22nd to Mother Nature while making a meaningful impact. But did you know April 20th – 26th is also Fashion Revolution Week? With Earth Day and Fashion Revolution Week in the same week, it’s the […]

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Everything You Buy Has an Impact

Everything You Buy Has An Impact | Blog Article

The Story of an Apple When you buy an apple from grocery store A, you give them money and you receive an apple. Effectively, you are supporting that business as well as the livelihoods of the people who work there. If you suddenly learned that grocery store A was overworking […]

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