How To Implement Slow Fashion Into Your Lifestyle

How To Implement Slow Fashion Into Your Lifestyle

Slow fashion helps us become a more responsible consumer in the fashion industry, which ultimately leads to a healthier planet and communities. Here are some tips to get started.


The first step to embracing slow fashion is to do some research about the issues at hand. Take the time to learn about the impact that the fashion industry has on the environment and on the people who work in it. There are many resources available online, such as documentaries, articles, and blogs, that can help you better understand the issues. It is important to understand your favorite brands. One of the most useful materials is their sustainability report. These reports tell you everything you need to know about the materials, social impact, environmental impact and the path that they’re taking towards sustainability

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One of the core principles of slow fashion is to prioritize quality over quantity. Instead of buying cheap, disposable clothing, invest in pieces that are well-made and durable. This not only helps to reduce waste, but it also means that you'll have a wardrobe of pieces that you truly love and that reflect your personal style.



There are many ethical and sustainable fashion brands out there that prioritize sustainability. While the fashion industry focuses on creating thousands of pieces every season, ethical brands focus on creating quality and respecting the planet. 

Menabòh is an Italian brand that prioritizes responsible fashion over consumption. Their shopping experience is a completely new way of shopping, they work with a mystery box, where customers need to take a small style quiz and at the end, pick their star product, then, their stylist creates a total look with upcycled, vintage or independent designer pieces. 

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Shopping secondhand is a great way to reduce your impact on the environment while still getting the clothing you need. Thrift stores, consignment shops, and online marketplaces like Depop are all great places to find secondhand clothing. Not only is it more sustainable, but it can also be a fun way to discover unique pieces that you wouldn't find in a traditional retail store.


Did you know this part of the lifecycle of your garments is one of the most important and the one that determines the impact that they have on the planet? One of the most important ways to implement slow fashion in your lifestyle is to take care of the clothing you already own. Proper care and maintenance can help to extend the life of your clothing, which in turn helps to reduce waste. This might mean washing your clothes less frequently, repairing items that are damaged, or investing in eco-friendly laundry products.

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Implementing slow fashion in your lifestyle is all about making more thoughtful and responsible choices about your clothing. By prioritizing quality over quantity, shopping second hand, supporting ethical brands, and taking care of your clothing. You can help to create a more sustainable and responsible fashion industry. Remember to be curious and to keep asking your brands to be transparent with you, that way they’ll keep working on becoming more sustainable and reduce their impact on our environment. 

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