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biarose biarose 6 years
I buy mostly from thrift stores- so it's all recycled! New eco-friendly clothing is ridiculously expensive!
biarose biarose 6 years
I buy mostly from thrift stores- so it's all recycled!New eco-friendly clothing is ridiculously expensive!
sweetbird sweetbird 7 years
I'd love to dress eco-friendly, but I wear a plus size, so I'm lucky to find clothes I can wear in the first place. Funny, you'd think they'd want us fatties well covered up, but finding plus size clothing is really pretty HARD, you know?
nourhayaty nourhayaty 7 years
i feel bad to say that to the future generations but sorry style comes 1st
emalove emalove 7 years
If eco-friendly clothing was more accessible and more affordable, I definitely would be. I think that will come in time...
myystque myystque 7 years
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myystque myystque 7 years
I said "no," but not because I think the clothes are ugly. It's only because I haven't been actively involved in looking for eco-friendly clothing. However, I avoid leather and suede for ethical reasons and have found that shoes marketed as "vegan" or "vegetarian" or usually horribly ugly, like those nasty hemp tennis shoes. And all the "dressy" shoes have sad, 1" heels and/or are clunky mary janes.
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
Nah not so much...
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
Nah not so much...
Style-Bandit Style-Bandit 7 years
Most eco friendly clothing is really expensive(with the exception of some items at Urban and AA)! For me being eco friendly in fashion is about wearing vintage clothing. Lots of clothes can be altered and with the right accessories they can look really modern!
lavenderalien lavenderalien 7 years
I don't know about sustainable and organic this and that. My idea of eco-friendly is buying and wearing vintage clothing. Ever since like 2000, everything has been retro or vintage inspired. Why not wear the real deal? Sometimes you can find things that have been well storeed or never even used in excellent condition. But that's just my opinion.
loudserenity loudserenity 7 years
i don't buy eco-friendly clothes, usually (i think i might have one organic cotton american apparel tee, but that was because i liked the color). it's not because they're ugly--i know they make great options now. but most of them are very expensive and not as easily accessible to me as say, an urban outfitters or forever 21. i know that will change one day, and that will kick ass.
lovestoned5 lovestoned5 7 years
no im not...
lovestoned5 lovestoned5 7 years
no im not...
fancifulfabi fancifulfabi 7 years
The no option is worded horribly, I have to say. I don't purposely go out of my way to buy eco-friendly clothing, but it's not because it's ugly!
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