Do You Know Where Your Clothes Come From?

Do You Know Where Your Clothes Come From?

Have you ever considered where your clothes come from? No, not the brand name, but the workers who stitched together your outfit at a tremendously small wage. Fast fashion brands like H&M, Nordstrom, GAP, and Forever 21 depend on vastly underpaid workers (as little as $4/hour) to make clothing at alarming rates to meet consumer demand.

Most fast fashion brands can’t afford to be ethical, but you can. As today is Fashion Revolution Day, we urge you to consider the implications of your clothing choices. Today is designed to draw attention to the fact that much of the global fashion industry is opaque, exploitative and environmentally damaging.

The fashion industry desperately needs revolutionary change. While we all love fashion, our clothes shouldn’t come at the cost of people or our planet. So, check out the video from Remake on the Huffington Post website. Perhaps it will help you reconsider how you consume clothing. There are ethical fashion brands out there, but you have to make the choice to seek them out. That’s what real change looks like.

For more on how you can make a change with your clothing head over to Fashion Revolution Day’s website. It’s a valuable resource for information, activism, and how you can get involved.

SOURCE: HuffPost

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  1. Arlene Roth Says: April 26, 2017 at 10:03 am

    I’m a firm believer in Made in America. I always look at where an item is made. If it is made in China or similar countries that pay low wages and have no worker protections, then I don’t buy it. I would rather do without than support that company. Yes, that means I say no more than yes but you can find American-made, quality clothing…if you take the time to look.

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