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Beware of fast fashion

Fashion

Updated on January 1, 1970

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New styles are constantly coming in, as old styles are just as quickly fading away. Style crazes are often exacerbated by the cheap prices you can find at major retailers, and with just a small investment, you too can be walking around with threads from the latest trend. It’s not even too upsetting if an item doesn’t last that long – due to its cheap price tag, we can easily go out and buy a new replacement. This scenario is known as fast fashion, a culprit of the “throw-away” culture, which prompts individuals to buy more and more clothes. In turn, a lot of virgin natural resources are extracted and used to produce these clothes, and a lot of waste is created from quickly discarded clothing.

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