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Six Things You Should Know About Your Clothing

Mollie Grewe

Many people have adopted eating green (local, organic, fresh) and cleaning green (organic cleaning supplies like Mrs. Meyer's and Seventh Generation) - but the responsibility to dress ourselves in a eco-friendly way hasn't really taken hold yet. In this piece for Medium, Shannon Whitehead gives us six simple reminders of why we should be buying less, and buying green when we do.

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  • Jennifer Graham

    Yeah! That was so good. Brilliantly broken down post on the bigger issues with clothing and consumerism. I have been making ethical, eco friendlier clothing since 2005 and its been such a strange battle over the years. I wish people understood more deeply the affect their purchases have. Thanks for such a lovely article. Follow me for my Kickstarter releasing soon as I crowd source to ethically produce some lovely organic cotton clothing. www.SaltsOrganic.com

      • Jennifer Graham

        I love recycling clothing. All my clothing that I personally wear is from the thrift store or made by me. I tend to design a lot of body wear (leggings etc) so sometimes its nice to have a few newly made options available as things do wear out. I really want to start increasing my line to include underwear and sleepwear, those items that you don't necessarily want to buy used.... :)