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Circular Economy in Fashion and How It Ties Into a Minimalist Wardrobe

The circular economy is a system in which resources are used and re-used in a closed loop, with minimal waste. In the context of fashion, this means clothes are designed to last longer and be recycled at the end of their lifespan. Here's what that means when it comes to creating a more minimalist closet.
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Why Choose Sustainable Fashion: Creating a Conscious Closet

Fast fashion has massive environmental and social impacts. But consumers can help protect the environment and prevent exploitation. These tips focus on conscious fashion consumption and arm you with all the reasons you need to re-think your fast fashion purchases.
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8 Things to Do With Unwanted Presents

So you got a gift over the holidays or for your birthday, and you hate it? Don't banish it to the back of your closet! Here's what you can do with unwanted presents—without causing any awkward feelings.