A super easy guide for knowing which styles will best flatter your body type.
Do you know how to figure out which styles, cuts and colours will be most flattering on your body type? And what does styling have to do with sustainability?
There are so many ways to 'do fashion' more sustainably, and in this episode of 'How to Slow' I share one of the most important lessons I've learnt on my ethical fashion journey. Easy to apply, empowering and immediate.
Just never ask yourself (or your bestie) again, "is this flattering on me?".
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How to Slow Episode 2: Is buying nothing new really the "most ethical thing you can do"?
How to Slow - Part 1: How to support ALL of the ethical labels you love, not go broke, and make-up with your wardrobe
Is perfectionism undermining your impact?
Have you ever begun a lifestyle or slow fashion challenge, only to give up because you ate the cake/made the purchase/skipped the gym session?
I never identified as a perfectionist, but I recently realised that wanting 'to do things well or not at all' is actually undermining my attempt to live more sustainably! So here goes: Is failing a slow fashion or zero-waste challenge really a sustainability failure? What are the end goals of sustainability in fashion anyway?
I hope that in reading a little about my recent ah-ha moment and ongoing sustainability journey you will a) cut yourself some slack and b) find a renewed sense of positivity to keep trying. Because even the smallest step in the right direction is a step in the right direction!