5 tips for a more responsible dressing room

1. We're thinking about his purchases

Let's start by reassuring all addicted shoppers: adopting a more reasoned attitude in one's clothing consumption does not mean stopping shopping! Simply trying to buy differently. Rather than throwing yourself at the first top seller, we make "wishlists" for each season, we take the time to take stock of what we're missing, what trends are worth investing in, and we prefer to fall for a few quality pieces that we'll be able to bring back year after year.

2. Second hand is smart!

If you haven't tried the dressing room yet, it's high time you did! First of all, we recycle the clothes we've grown tired of. It's a great way to give them a second life, while allowing you to increase (sometimes significantly) your shopping budget.

3. We select the most beautiful materials 

Even if it is not always noticeable at first glance, a good composition in a garment changes everything! Not only are some materials really less polluting than others (and that's important), but a quality material usually means a much longer life for a garment. So, for example, choose a nice alpaca wool sweater that will be with you for a very long time, rather than 10 synthetic sweaters that you won't keep for more than one winter.

4. We take care of our beloved clothes 

If you haven't bothered to read the washing instruction labels up until now, it's time to get into good habits. You get used to doing the right things and using the right products. Your clothes will say thank you!

5. Long live ethical fashion!

As we are starting to know, fashion today is one of the most polluting industries in the world. So to take a step forward and try to adopt a more ethical attitude, we're moving away from fast fashion and prefer smaller brands that respect the environment and workers. In addition, choosing small brands is also the almost certain certainty of not being dressed like everyone else!