Week 25: Choose a more conscious closet A slightly different beauty tip this week- fashion. With the change of season and SALE signs popping up we all want to head to the shops. But how many of us have thrown away a top with the tag still on that has never been worn? As the fashion industry is one of the biggest industrial polluters we all need to be a little more conscious about our closets and start voting with our pennies. This week we have lots of great tips form @getredressed plus the top places to shop for a more sustainable wardrobe in Hong Kong. Let’s start by cleansing and organising our closets. In Hong Kong these old clothes can be donated to Zara or H&M where they will be recycled properly. Then organise your closet- make it easy to see all your clothes so you wont forget about some items and you will wear them more often.
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