As I've somewhat successfully kept the themes of the blog going on for the last couple months, I've decided to come up with another one this March. In commemoration of Earth Hour, which will be happening on 28 March this year - mark your calendars! - I thought I would go with the eco-friendly theme. As a start, I would like to update an old blog post that I wrote 3 years ago, this time focusing on the ethical side of the tips as opposed to the financial side - although it's also taken into account.
Now that you know these tips, I hope you guys would start to think twice before indulging yourself in the so-called retail therapy - which I think would actually backfire on you once you see your bills - and start considering where your clothes come from, if you could contribute to the goodness of the world and if you would actually need or keep whatever you're buying until at least another decade. Let us fight the fast fashion trend and willingly wait for good quality and great ethics. Because, really, why would we want to settle for something that can't even compare to the things we could get otherwise? There was a time where clothes could last at least three decades. Why buy new ones twice a year? Surely, we could use the money for better causes. Let us be more fashionable with a conscience.