Sustainable DIY clothes.

by - June 10, 2020

All this while, big brands use to launch a lot of collection in a year. But not anymore. COVID-19 has brought the fashion industry to halt. The pandemic has made the fashion industry to think on a lot of factors like sustainability, environment-friendly and ethical values.
                    I am so glad that big brands are finally leaning towards sustainability.

A few years ago, even I was caught up in the FASHION TRENDS hole. But not anymore. I prefer to have fewer clothes which are sustainable. I make most of the clothes and most of my clothes are made up of cotton. I try my best to not to buy trendy clothes. It's been 2 years since I brought trendy clothes. The goal is to have fewer clothes which are wearable than a lot of clothes which are not wearable often.

I think this pandemic has taught us that "less is more", "Sustainable over fast fashion" "ethical over non-ethical".

Coming back to my outfit, I am wearing a white top that I stitched and a colourful cotton skirt(tailored).
The silver accessories are what makes the look Boho-chic.
I have worn basic silver sandals to match the silver jewellery.

Ignore the chipped nail polish...







Outfit Details:
Top: Me-made
Skirt: Tailored
Accessories:  Streets of Kolkata and Colaba Causeway
Sandals: Max fashion

   







     

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