10 ways to make your childs wardrobe more sustainable

10 ways to make your childs wardrobe more sustainable

Written by Daisy Jeffery
10 ways to make your childs wardrobe more sustainable

International childrenswear retailer, Childrensalon has created a 10-way guide to help you make your child’s wardrobe more sustainable! An easy-to-read guide, supported with an infographic from highly valuable sources.

Sustainability can mean several things. Within the fashion industry, it’s defined as garments and accessories that are produced in the most environmentally friendly way possible. However, it doesn’t stop at the end of the production line.

How we shop and care for our clothing as consumers also contribute to the sustainability of the fashion industry. Every single fashion item has a life cycle. As the world becomes more and more eco-conscious, we are also becoming curious about how we can become more sustainable. Especially when it comes to both our wardrobes and, most importantly, those of our children.

The infographic below displays some of the statistics within the clothing industry.

This 10-way guide will help make your child’s wardrobe become more sustainable and is a really interesting read.

  1. Shop sustainable fashion brands
  2. Embrace minimalism and create a capsule wardrobe
  3. Choose sustainable fabrics
  4. Take care of your Kids’ clothing
  5. Repairing and re-working clothing
  6. Wash your clothes sustainably
  7. Buy one or two sizes bigger for your child and rewear smaller sizes
  8. Donate
  9. Re-sell Clothes
  10. Choose well-made items
Tip: Creating a minimalist wardrobe with higher-quality clothing is a great way to make their wardrobes more sustainable

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