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Become the Most Eco-Friendly Fashionista

Become the Most Eco-Friendly Fashionista 
Being a fashionista doesn't have to come with a hefty cost to the planet. With a few easy tips and smart choices, it's possible to stay stylish and sustainable. By reinforcing the positive and inspirational effects of eco-friendly fashion, it is our aim to help you look amazing while giving Mother Nature her deserved respect. Let's get started!
Sustainable fashion is gaining popularity for a number of reasons, mainly because sustainable fashion is more gentle on the environment. With the growing awareness of the devastating effects of climate change, more and more people are looking for ways to reduce their impact on the planet. And what better way to do that than with the clothes we wear? With sustainable fashion, we can help reduce pollution, conserve resources, and protect animals and ecosystems.
Sustainable fashion is gaining popularity as it is often more creative and unique than mainstream fashion. With the increasing availability of sustainable materials and eco-friendly methods of production, sustainable fashion designers are able to experiment and create truly original garments. Resulting in more interesting and stylish clothing than what is typically found in fast fashion stores.
If you're interested in sustainable fashion but not sure where to start, here are some easy tips:
1. Research: Before you buy anything, research the brands and materials to make sure they are eco-friendly. Greenwashing is common among fast fashion brands. So make sure that the company truly stands behind their sustainability statements. 
2. Fabrics and Fibers: Look at the composition of your clothes. Natural fibers like cotton, linen, and wool are more sustainable than synthetic fibers like polyester and nylon. Innovative recycled materials with smart technology are becoming more readility available and create clothing than do more than just make a fashion statement. Sun protection, period proof protection and breathable fibres are all important for activewear. 
3. Avoid single-use plastics: Say no to garments that come with plastic packaging or are made with synthetic materials like PVC.
4. Shop secondhand: One of the best ways to reduce your impact is to shop secondhand or vintage. You can often find high end luxury items for a steal at your local consignment or vintage store. Shopping in these stores supports local entrepreneurs and feels like a treasure hunt!
5. Upcycle, repair, redesign: Get creative and upcycle your clothes into something new. Repair damaged items, fix the button, sew the hole, tailor to fit. There are so many ways to breathe a second life into an item, so before you toss it or donate see if you can do something with the item first. 
Go green doesn't mean having to look crunchy. You can be a fashion forward beach babe who practices sustainability. By following these tips, you can start building a more sustainable wardrobe that is sure to turn heads. Be the eco-friendly fashionista that is changing the world!
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