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Good reads on genuine ethical consumption (hint: wear clothes forever and almost never consume)

"Please stop clearing out your wardrobe in the name of sustainability" by Francesca Willow.

"An open letter to the ethical fashion movement" by Eco Warrior Princess, which states that consuming ethically is not the answer to a more structural economical and political problem.

As individuals, what we rather should be doing, apart from working as a political activist, is to re-train our consumer brains to cherish the old and be content with what we have. This article inspires this:

"The joy of old clothes" by (Pictured above: Ralph Lauren in his 40+ years old flannel from Kmart).

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