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During the royal wedding we admired pieces not only because they were sustainable, which I’m sure was not known to the majority of the audience, but because they are beautiful. These pieces stand alone as works of art that bear no difference to any other great fashion creation in their visual aesthetic, but their beginnings tell a different story. And that story will make all the difference.
In a world of decreasing attention spans and increasing digitalisation, fast fashion has found its niche in the marketplace, and has engrained itself in the mindset of young adults. The rapid changes in fashion trends means that yesterday’s clothes are already in the bin to make way for the trends of tomorrow.
Are you eager to set up a profile on The Nu. Wardrobe, but don’t know where to begin? Or maybe you’re just wondering how you can brush up on your photography skills and make your photos stand out from the crowd on your Nu. Profile?
In this post I’m going to show fellow Nu. lovers how to take cool photos for your profile in the easiest way, following these short and simple steps.
The thought of organising a fashion shoot can be daunting, especially if you have never done it before. Don’t worry though! These tips have been tried and tested by Nu. to ensure you have a fun filled shoot!
The issue is not just aimlessly spending your money, the issue not even noticing that you are aimlessly spending your money. This is where minimalism comes in, to make you more aware of your eco-footprint and take control of your consumption pattern.
Take a look back at all we shared on The Nu Wardrobe in November.
Charity shops are also far cheaper than high-street stores. Although clothes are usually second-hand, shops can only sell items that are in perfect condition and have been cleaned before being donated. This means that you don’t need to worry about products being imperfect, unclean or poor quality – something that can often be an issue in shops on the high street. Spend less, and save more of your money and the planet.
It’s super easy to forget about our environmental impact during Christmas celebrations and I’m sure the majority of us are guilty of getting too wrapped up in excessive gift buying and making too much food. Christmas is a time where excess is almost inescapable but it is also a time to stop, think and give back a little. Baby steps are key when learning to embrace a minimalistic Christmas. Follow these 7 simple steps and be inspired to get crafty while exploring a more economically sustainable season.
You may have seen the videos. A mob of shoppers pressed against the glass doors of a high street store, on the other side of which is a security guard waiting for a signal. When it arrives, the floodgate is opened. The customers rush in- running, jostling and pushing each other to get to the items marked down so low that the customers are paying next to nothing for everything from brand new TVs to laptops, washing machines, and of course, clothes and accessories.
We present the “Capsule Wardrobe”, a phenomenon that is capturing the heart and heads of sustainable fashionistas worldwide. Coined in the 70’s by London boutique owner, Susie Faux the concept of a capsule wardrobe is about dressing with a small collection of seasonally appropriate, mix-and-match clothes. Put simply it is a seasonal mini- wardrobe of beloved, versatile pieces that will see you through everyday and any occasion. It is a lifestyle choice to live with less but to make more of what you’ve got.