1. Invest in higher quality items when buying new
Take the time and make the investment in higher quality, well-made pieces. Over the long run, you’ll end up saving money by not having to constantly replace your clothes
2. Support slow fashion brands
If you have to buy new, buy from slow fashion rather than supporting fast fashion where your money is going towards companies that do not produce anything sustainably or ethically.
3. Create a capsule wardrobe
A set of staple wardrobe pieces will make your life easier and help streamline your outfit choices. Click here to check out my tips on how to create a capsule wardrobe.
4. Buy second-hand when you can
Giving old items a second life is better than them ending up in the landfill. Buying high-quality, second-hand pieces can be an effective way to save you money and help save the planet.
5. Get your clothes repaired rather than replacing them
Repairing your clothing rather than replacing it will become a no-brainer when you invest in higher-quality wardrobe staples.
6. Rework old clothes into new pieces
Get creative and turn an old sweater into a bag or turn some socks into a stuffed monkey. There are plenty of ways to repurpose your old clothing in a creative and sustainable way.