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  • 10 Ethical Fashion Mistakes to Avoid when you ditch Fast Fashion

    10 Ethical Fashion Mistakes to Avoid when you ditch Fast Fashion
  • My 2018: the wins, failures and life lessons

    My 2018: the wins, failures and life lessons
  • 5 easy changes to make in 2019 for a more sustainable life

    5 easy changes to make in 2019 for a more sustainable life

5 ethical and sustainable fashion brands you need to try

I’m all about second-hand shopping, mostly because it’s affordable and doesn’t require any new resources. However, if all of a sudden we all became avid thrifters, where would the clothes come from? Indeed, boycotting fast fashion can be done by choosing second hand, but it can also be done in another way: by buying new, ethical and sustainably made clothes.…

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Life after graduation: should I get a job or study more?

Graduations can be a scary thing, or at least that’s how the media wants us to think. We’ve all seen the pictures of a graduate holding that damn diploma and shaking his head, saying ‘I have no idea what to do with my life’. The final step of our education turns into a huge amount of stress. Should I look…

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23 things I learned by 23

I just turned 23 a couple of days ago, and even though it may seem a perfectly ‘adult’ age, I still feel 18. However, it’s been 5 years since I turned 18, and I’ve grown a little. There were some lessons I picked up on the way, and I wanted to share with you 23 random things I learned by…

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Should you care about Fashion Revolution?

Have you ever wondered who made your clothes? That beautiful red dress you wear when you want to feel extra special. Or the super comfy skinnies you can be found wearing on a daily basis. Or even the gorgeous leather jacket you always get compliments on. These are the questions Fashion Revolution wants you to ask yourself and the brands…

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7 budget-friendly ways for a more sustainable closet

Sustainable fashion gets a bit of a bad rap, but it’s not surprising considering the prices brands often want to charge. As a university student, I’ve got really used to the £15 H&M jeans, £3 Primark tops and the occasional ‘splurge’ at Zara, because that was where I could afford to shop. That’s why, when I decided I wanted to…

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