Fix Your Fashion

How to Create an Ethical Wardrobe

Laura Strutt
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Fantastic fashion that won't cost you the earth.

What is a 'fashion footprint'? What's the problem with fast fashion? And is there any alternative to it?

This inspirational guide is your sustainable sourcebook full of activities and practical tips on how you can cut ties with unethical fashion practices and form new fashion habits that work for you - all without compromising your signature style!

Author Laura Strutt will help readers identify the approach that will work best for them - are you a seasonal clothes swapper or would you rather get crafty?

Covering topics such as motivational mindset changes, trusted brands to try, buying and selling secondhand clothes, inspiration for upcycles, mending techniques and questions to ask companies before you shop, this is the ultimate book for the closet-curious who want to create a wardrobe that doesn't cost the Earth.

Author bio:

Laura Strutt is a freelance journalist and former Editor of Craft Business Magazine, and in 2009 she launched Sew magazine, which she ran until 2012, when she decided to embark on a freelance career. Laura has written 14 creative lifestyle books and is passionate about living an intentional life.

Making environmentally conscious choices has always been one of Laura's core values, and in recent years (since having children) she has discovered that there is much more to the subject than buying products branded 'eco-friendly'.

She is keen to keep up the conversation about sustainable living and to inspire people to create a different kind of fashion footprint - one with a smaller environmental impact.

As well as writing, Laura is also a passionate textile designer, and she sells her patterns and work on her website,

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Category: Visual arts
ISBN: 9781800780637
Publisher: Bonnier
Imprint: Studio
Pub Date: July 2022
Page Extent: 160
Format: Paperback
Subject: Sustainability