Putting on a brave face – and a preloved skirt

Today’s rewear is a preloved Levi’s denim skirt. Teamed with this season’s must-have accessory, the brave face. The brave face is in response to more bad Covid-19 news, just in time for Christmas.

I got this skirt from Oxfam’s website. It’s now possible to filter by size, brand and garment condition, making it a much improved shopping experience- https://onlineshop.oxfam.org.uk/shop/womens-clothing

Levi’s is associated with arguably the most important quality clothes need to have to be sustainable – durability. The Levi’s brand logo shows two horses trying to pull the jeans apart, but the jeans are so strong they can’t be broken. Keeping and wearing the same clothes as many times as possible is probably the most important thing any of us can do to have a more sustainable wardrobe, since new clothes always use up a lot of resources and create pollution.

However, Levi’s do still have some way to go on ethics according to Good on You – https://goodonyou.eco/levis-ethical/

Happy rewearing!

Jen

#sustainablefashion #preloved #sustainablewardrobe #upcycle #ethicalstyle

Published by jengreggs

I'm a London-based writer and blogger focused on sustainability in fashion. My purpose is to help everyone discover the joy of living more sustainably.

One thought on “Putting on a brave face – and a preloved skirt

  1. Love this! While I don’t have a ton of thrifted clothing items, I do rewear all my clothes over and over again because I believe in more sustainable fashion too. Cute skirt!

    Miles of smiles,
    Grace

    gracefulrags.com

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