Fast vs Slow Fashion - Going slow is the way

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Woman putting on jeans.
Woman putting on jeans.
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What is SLOW fashion?

The opposite of fast fashion (cheap, poorly made clothing), slow fashion is focused on sustainability. It involves buying well-made but slightly more expensive items that will look better for longer. And it means taking care of your clothing instead of throwing items out at the first sign of a tear.

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