The fashion industry creates a ton of waste. In fact, Reuters reports that about 300,000 tons of clothing goes to landfills or gets incinerated every year. For this reason, it’s only responsible for us to incorporate sustainability practices in all areas of our lives, especially in the way we consume fashion and clothing.
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