So many terms, so little time. Here's the 411 on the difference between fair trade & ethical fashion.by Haley Mellinger
The conscious living realm has a LOT of terms- do they overwhelm you? Confuse you? There’s slow fashion, sustainable fashion, fair trade, ethically made, eco-friendly, conscious fashion, fair wage, organic….. And the list goes on.
I thought I’d do my due diligence and at least clear up the differences between fairtrade fashion and ethical fashion for you today. I’ve somewhat submerged myself in this movement and I need the reminders sometimes, so I imagine you might need some help too.
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Do you ever ask yourself “what is ethical fashion, anyway?”
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