“More Harmony with the Future of the Earth”
It’s encouraging that people are also becoming more conscious of where they buy their clothes. A recent survey on Twitter and Instagram revealed that 80% of respondents want to buy more from sustainable brands.
Sharif believes this new way of thinking is being championed “both by younger generations who are more attuned to the future of the planet, but also by those who understand the benefits of having a capsule wardrobe.” .
Businesses of all sizes are encouraged to think more about the circular economy, so from the product development stage, make sure your design considers what happens when your product reaches its end of life. .
For sustainability tips for small businesses, read about OLIO’s journey as a food sharing startup and what other businesses can do to reduce their impact on the planet.
Kristin Timms has owned The Wardrobe, a small and beloved dress agency in Welford, Avon, Warwickshire, for 40 years.
She said: “We welcome new customers every week who enjoy being part of the ‘second hand revolution’. Looking for quality second hand clothing and accessories? I have seen a steady increase in the number of customers who are
“People want to save the planet and small businesses like me are leading the way. For us, the second hand is second nature.”
While many businesses are seeing a surge in interest in second-hand goods, recent surveys on Twitter and Instagram found that many people find it difficult to find what they’re looking for. rice field.
The survey found that 64% still want to buy new clothes, and 60% say it’s not easy to buy used clothes.