In this article I will be exploring how beneficial it is to become more sustainable within the clothing industry whilst also exploring certain unattainable factors that stop consumers from making the switch to sustainably produced garments. Sustainability... What Is It? Sustainability in fashion is also described through slow fashion; a direct contrast to the controversy of fast fashion which is when consumers buy a bulk of cheap and bad quality items that they will only wear
With festivals and ‘normal life’ seemingly just around the corner, the question on everybody’s lips once again returns – ‘What am I going to wear?’ Festival fashion has become a crucial part of the industry – every summer we wait to see the newest trends and what the latest celebrities are wearing. But before you bring out the Pinterest boards and wish lists of outfits for each of this summer’s events, consider how many of these items of clothing you will wear again. The prob
Ahh, festivals. Remember them? Partying in a packed field all day with your mates, knee-deep in mud and listening to banging tunes. If only. As we are potentially missing yet another year of fun, the festival blues are really hitting hard. But, it’s not all doom and gloom! Looking back at the best festi-fits throughout the decades can give us a glimmer of hope (and inspo) for when we will be partying again. 1960s Woodstock, 1969 – the legendary festival to end all festivals.