Old but gold - An insider‘s guide to thrifting like a boss
Fashion industry on the surface seems to change, yet there’s a lot of lies just like in every industry. Organic cotton products for example are mostly just like “light” products in the supermarket shelves. They are produced without the usage of bad chemicals, so they trigger people who want to shop consciously, but then the fabric is dyed with chemicals and the attribute “organic” is no longer valid. People don’t seem to question enough to know what they’re buying. The costs of true “green fashion” are still too high for mainstream companies in a decreasing retail industry. You can see their will because the consumers‘ awareness grows, but to be honest... We’re still figuring out how to realize the goal of saving earth and looking “trendy” at the same time.