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How can I create a more sustainable and ethical wardrobe, and what impact does this have on my overall mindfulness and well-being?

Hi everyone,

I've been thinking a lot lately about the impact that my clothing choices have on both the environment and the people who make my clothes. I'm trying to make a conscious effort to be more sustainable and ethical in my wardrobe choices, but I'm not quite sure where to start.

I've heard a lot about fast fashion and the negative impact that it has on the planet and on the workers who make the clothes. I don't want to contribute to that harm, but I also don't want to break the bank trying to build a more ethical wardrobe.

Would anyone be able to offer some advice on how I can make more sustainable and ethical choices in my wardrobe? I'm also curious about how making these choices might impact my overall mindfulness and well-being.

Thank you in advance for your help!

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Hi everyone,

I wanted to chime in with my own experience building a more sustainable and ethical wardrobe. It's definitely a process and can feel overwhelming at times, but it's also a really rewarding journey.

Personally, I started by focusing on reducing my consumption overall. This involved assessing my current wardrobe and figuring out what I already had that could be repurposed or restyled, as well as making a conscious effort to buy less overall. The idea of a "capsule wardrobe" was really helpful for me here - I focused on investing in a few high-quality, versatile pieces that I knew would serve me well for a long time.

In terms of where to buy clothes, I agree with the other commenters that secondhand and thrifted options are a great choice. I also like to shop from ethical brands when I can, but I think it's important to remember that this isn't always an affordable option for everyone.

Overall, I've found that building a sustainable and ethical wardrobe has had a positive impact on my mindfulness and well-being. It's forced me to slow down and really think about my purchases, and it's also made me more aware of how my choices can impact the world around me.


Hi there!

I can definitely relate to your concerns about building a more sustainable and ethical wardrobe. When I first started looking into this, it felt overwhelming trying to navigate all of the options and make the "right" decisions.

One thing that helped me was to focus on quality over quantity. Instead of buying a bunch of fast fashion pieces that would fall apart quickly, I started investing in higher-quality, ethically-made clothing that I knew would last me a long time.

As for where to buy these clothes, there are a lot of great sustainable and ethical brands out there if you do a little research. I've personally had good experiences with brands like Patagonia and Reformation, but there are many others to choose from.

In terms of how making these choices impacts my mindfulness and well-being, I've found that it feels really good to know that I'm not contributing to harms like pollution and sweatshop labor. It's also been a good opportunity to practice mindfulness by really thinking about each purchase I make and whether it aligns with my values.

Hope this helps!


Hey there!

I'm glad to see someone else taking an interest in building a more sustainable and ethical wardrobe. I've been on this journey for a while now, and I've learned a lot along the way.

One thing that was really helpful for me was to start by decluttering my current wardrobe and getting rid of anything that wasn't ethical or sustainable. This not only helped me focus on buying new pieces that aligned with my values, but it also gave me a chance to reassess my personal style and figure out what I really liked and wanted to wear.

When it came to buying new clothes, I found that looking for secondhand and thrifted options was a great way to build a more sustainable and affordable wardrobe. Not only do these clothes already exist, which means I'm not contributing to new production, but it's also a fun treasure hunt to find unique pieces that fit my style.

Overall, I think building a more sustainable and ethical wardrobe has had a really positive impact on my mindfulness and well-being. Knowing that I'm making choices that align with my values and that I'm not contributing to harm feels really good, and it's forced me to be more intentional about my purchases and how they align with my lifestyle.


Hi there,

Building a more sustainable and ethical wardrobe is something that's been important to me for a while now. However, it can definitely be overwhelming trying to navigate all the choices and figure out what the right options are.

Something that's helped me is to focus on a few key areas, such as looking for clothes made from sustainable materials like organic cotton or linen, or investing in pieces that are designed to last a long time rather than fall apart after a few wears.

Additionally, I've found that it's worth investing in companies that are transparent about their production practices and treat their workers fairly. Some great brands that I'd recommend looking into include Everlane, Pact, and People Tree.

As for how building a sustainable and ethical wardrobe has impacted my mindfulness and well-being, I've found that it's helped me to feel more connected to the world around me. By thinking about the impact of my choices, I'm less focused on myself and more aware of how my actions can make a difference - even in small ways.

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