2. Pay attention to quality
Low-quality garments, produced through cheap manufacturing and designed for a planned degradation, don’t grant longevity. Instead, they push the consumer to make new unceasing purchases. Slow Fashion means buying clothes that are produced through environmentally sustainable processes, which require a balanced consumption of earth resources and guarantee a greater durability. We shouldn’t forget about the textiles too! An active research of alternative, earth-friendly fabrics helps us select less polluting and more resistant clothes.
3. Less is more
Within the fast fashion industry, low prices of garments subtly lead us to purchase more and saturate our closets.
According to the Slow Fashion philosophy, it is recommended to lighten our wardrobe , and purchase timeless pieces. Thus, less people would follow temporary trends that are dictated for the benefit of large corporations, at the expense of our planet.