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Be the Woman You Want to Be by Elisabeth Wilson, Infinite Ideas

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122. Low power dressing

Green is definitely the new black: highly creative eco fashion is flying off the shelves and into wardrobes all over the world.

If it’s eco, it’s in. More and more fashion brands are jumping on the ethical bandwagon, so there’s plenty of choice out there.

If you stand back and examine your wardrobe, you’re more likely to be fretting over its shortcomings as a fashion statement than as an eco product.

But behind every garment is a story, and often it’s not a good one. Many clothes are made from synthetic materials such as nylon and polyester, which come from highly polluting petrochemicals whose manufacture contributes to climate change. They are also non-biodegradable, which means they are difficult to dispose of. ...

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