I am on a journey to my ultimate capsule wardrobe. A capsule wardrobe can have many forms and has a different meaning to different people. To me it is a small wardrobe with items that I love and can all match. It is an ongoing journey. And so I buy things, but also get rid … More How to get rid of clothes in a responsible way
Last week I shared some ‘new’ secondhand purchases of mine. I do that a lot, you can read more articles about secondhand clothing I bought among others here, here and here. I also wrote a post on why and how I buy secondhand. Conclusion: it’s the most sustainable option. That’s why I do it. But do … More Do I think secondhand clothing is the solution to the fast fashion crises?
On this blog I’ve shared a bunch of posts about clothing I bought. Sometimes new clothing, like when I bought underwear or tights. But mostly secondhand, such as this jeans I bought or this swimsuit. In each post I explain the choices I make, but I realized I never really wrote a guide on how to buy sustainable clothes. So, here it … More How to buy sustainable clothing in 4 steps
I bought tights! My last tights broke about 4 months ago I think, so it took me a long time. It took me long because I think more consciously about buying things now. Will this add value to my life? Will I wear it? That’s a good thing really. But, it also took me a … More Sustainable and fair tights by Swedish Stockings
‘But what do you do when you need new underwear?’. This question I get asked a lot when I tell people I only buy second hand clothes. So far, I had always answered with: ‘I don’t know, actually’, because since I started really commiting to only buying second hand, I had always had enough underwear … More Fair fashion: I bought new underwear!