The Hidden Cost of Fast Fashion | Corporate Casket

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Numero Letter
Numero Letter

I can't even imagine throwing away so much clothing like the statistics say. Unless it's ripped, worn, or stained, it's getting donated. Like, the worn out/stained stuff can be tossed, sure, but I'm not gonna throw away a perfectly good garment that can be used again. I usually try to avoid getting rid of clothes unless it doesn't fit me or it just isn't my style, since we don't exactly have a bunch of disposable income to be buying a whole new wardrobe every year. Like, we're not poor, we didn't even qualify for a stimmy check, but we're also not exactly rich either. So I try to get as much use out of my clothes as I can before donating or discarding them.

20 godzin temu
lolcatjunior
lolcatjunior

My mom worked for one of these factories here in LA, I always knew she never made the minimum wage.

Dzień temu
Happy Star
Happy Star

I still have some clothes from 6 years ago that i still use even is it has small tiny holes. I sew them or add embroidery to have a new look. Thank you for this amazing video 😀👍🧡

2 dni temu
Maxeria Shade
Maxeria Shade

i made a research project on this type of thing (and how to actually support businesses) and man the numbers shocked me. thanks for shining something of a light to this horrid practice

3 dni temu
ShadowmarkReturns
ShadowmarkReturns

I wear clothes until they get holes in them, if I knew how to sew it would probably be indefinitely.

3 dni temu
Brynn Bowers
Brynn Bowers

If a kid dressing up bothers you or makes you uncomfy... I don’t think the outfit is the problem

5 dni temu
Michael Cheng
Michael Cheng

Most of my clothes are hand me downs from family or friends (and I’m the eldest amongst my siblings) and my family literally have to force me to throw out clothes and sometimes secretly (I do not have the best relationship with that particular relative, who is a controlling narcissist)

6 dni temu
Kaile Brogan
Kaile Brogan

the true cost is a great and informative film if interested in knowing more about fast fashion

6 dni temu
Bookworm Sensation
Bookworm Sensation

There are no purely “sustainable” and “ethical” brand. If you decide to commit to being purely “sustainable” and “ethical”,you just can’t. You have to worry about if they treat their workers good,if they’re eco friendly,if they’re racist,if they are cruelty free,etc. I’m fucking sorry,nowhere is perfect and it’s VERY stressful on the consumer trying to shop “ethically”. Just to get this clear, no one is automatically an asshole for shopping at fast fashion.

7 dni temu
Yokobluu
Yokobluu

I can't remember the last time I actually threw a decent piece of clothing in the trash instead of donating it or giving it to a friend. I have clothes my mother wore when she was young. Fashion trends are always coming back and you'll always be fashionable if you're creative with outfits

7 dni temu
Aveline Soquet
Aveline Soquet

This is why I buy from etsy and thrift.

8 dni temu
Kaitlin Coulter
Kaitlin Coulter

Bro I literally just get my dads clothes for me to wear except for jeans and leggings but those I wear until they don’t fit or are ripped to shreds like the whole ripped jeans look I’ve been doing since age 6 so

8 dni temu
Calico Cat
Calico Cat

My mom keeps telling me to buy clothes “for this year” but I don’t want to waste money on clothes that can’t even last for 5 years. When clothes (mostly pants) start ripping, or sweaters start have little balls, get faded and tattered, it pisses me off. I’d rather buy a high quality piece of clothing or shoes for 300 dollars if it will last, instead of buying 30 pieces for 100 and they don’t last.

8 dni temu
MiszzMiszz
MiszzMiszz

good material!

10 dni temu
Vv
Vv

oh thats nice our corporate ruling class wears cheap dresses once in a while

10 dni temu
Ash
Ash

Kinda glad I'm too fat to buy a lot of this fashionable shit. Plus I was raised to shop at goodwill, garage sales, or even curb pick. Edit: I hate learning about the world because everything you like or thought is completely smashed.

10 dni temu
Maddie B
Maddie B

The fashion industry is just another example of why ethical consumption under capitalism is so difficult & almost impossible. It’s all about profit for the ones at the top, and the workers who produce the product are the ones who suffer. Thank you for shining a light on this, it’s such an important issue that so many people don’t know about!

10 dni temu
Ember Ashes
Ember Ashes

I send my clothing to shelters if I need to, Or I put homeless bags together using the items. its just easier and I know they are going to someone for sure.

10 dni temu
Мурка Полоумная
Мурка Полоумная

I've dedicated this whole day to watching your videos, thank you so much for your work! So many companies are robbing their customers and employees and the core of problem simply lies in capitalism

11 dni temu
Danilo Raul
Danilo Raul

Gringos use their shirts 7 times and then throw them away? damn that's cute I've had the same suit for formal occasions for 10 years now and my stash of shirts and jeans usually live up to 5 or 8 years

12 dni temu
Ellie Lindloff
Ellie Lindloff

Love Bernadette Banner 😍😍

12 dni temu
Aiwekàno
Aiwekàno

To everyone trying to stop shopping fast fashion, my best advice is: quit it 99% of the time. There are some things that you just cannot find elsewhere, or you'll find alternatives at high fashion stores, but won't be able to afford them and they might not even be ethically made either. Sometimes you just suddenly need something and don't have the time, so give it your 99% and don't feel bad for the remaining 1%.

13 dni temu
magusxxx
magusxxx

Bizarre Clothes Buying Tip: If you're near a university check out the local Goodwill starting the last two weeks before classes end. (And maybe a week after that.) At my local university the Fraternities and Sororities collect clothes from their members and donate them to Goodwill. Its amazing the name-brand fashions that'll be donated. One year a friend of mine bought four Under Armor hoodies for $40. That's $40 for ALL FOUR! Another friend bought a designer dress for only $20 only to be told by another customer, "That was the hottest thing two years ago."

14 dni temu
Hampus Huledal
Hampus Huledal

We should help people buy sustainable clothing if they can't afford it We should also promote buying clothes of good quality so that it can be used second hand And promote buying second hand

15 dni temu
Mary Sue Burnett
Mary Sue Burnett

In our household, we tear some worn (like already tearing) fabrics (t-shirts, towels, underwear, etc.) into rags and use them until they are practically down to the fibers.

16 dni temu
Lineage Warrior
Lineage Warrior

Most people can admit that they wear the same comfortable clothes all.the.time. even though people are constantly buying new clothes.

17 dni temu
StoneOfMoon
StoneOfMoon

I subscribe to Bernadette! I first learned more about the behind the scenes of fashion by Justine Leconte, and that’s basically where some of my fashion taste is from. I’ve ordered one dress from Pact before, and I’m about to order another one again in different color! Cobalt District is another company similar to Pact (ordered one of their dresses, the fit is nice, but I don’t like the strap). So yeah. Ethical fashion shopping. Ethical grocery shopping. If that makes me super San Franciscan, then so be it! Haha

18 dni temu
whitemage34
whitemage34

I donate my old clothes that hasn't dicentagrated yet

18 dni temu
KingSinger14
KingSinger14

I became a seamstress to change my profession and I learned so much about sustainable fashion. I don't work for a sewing factory but, instead make clothes for my friends and family :)

18 dni temu
Cyborg Bloodline
Cyborg Bloodline

I’m to cheat to deal in fast fashion the way I assume some other people do I buy new clothes maybe every few years and I stitch them up if something happens I honestly did not know fast fashion was a thing or fashions seasons changed so often until like last year and I was appalled how much clothing ppl just throw away

19 dni temu
Missy Kay
Missy Kay

I’m happy thrifting has become more popular. More people need to try thrifting for clothes!!

19 dni temu
Mice Are Nice
Mice Are Nice

So much going into apparel design wanting to do theater costuming, finding it's impractical but alternatives using my skills🤢😡 I ditched and found something else

19 dni temu
Tsugumi Ohba
Tsugumi Ohba

Okay I am sorry, I hate it when rich ppl shop at fast fashion when they can afford to shop at more ethical brands. I am not saying shop in designer brands because they are still exploit their workers and mistreat them but buy form ethical ones because you can afford it. I live in the uae where H&M and Zara cost 100 dirhams and disgusting companies like Shein are the best option for most ppl because they have trendy clothe that are cheap but The fact that people can shop at ethical and the fact that ppl can afford to not shop in fast fashion but still do, disgusts me

20 dni temu
demon2441
demon2441

My family has never prioritized "trendiness" when choosing clothing, but on occasion my mother has purchased outfits just for a good deal. I personally don't buy more clothes until my clothes start fraying badly and even then some make the transition from outerwear to lie around wear.

20 dni temu
Kari Macfarlane
Kari Macfarlane

What are some clothing companies that are ethical and sustainable?

21 dzień temu
Christina Hathaway
Christina Hathaway

Pixielocks has said it very well in the past. Ethical fashion is a luxury, you are not evil or vial for buying into fast fashion. To have the income and slowly make a switch is a great thing but no everyone can do it and that is ok.

21 dzień temu
visions of january
visions of january

You mentioned Bernadette Banner! I had not expected two different parts of my eclectic youtube watching to collide.

22 dni temu
kaze delmar
kaze delmar

I'm broke. All I can afford is goodwill walmart and Burlington. But you better believe i wear my clothes until they fall apart from being washed so many times. Unfortunately that sometimes isn't long no matter what brand I grabbed from goodwill. I've had expensive pants (I only paid $6) and they still had the $100 tag on them from a thrift store and they STILL rubbed through the thighs in a matter of months.

22 dni temu
Mary S
Mary S

(Emotional sobbing)

22 dni temu
FlippityFlop
FlippityFlop

"The Hidden Cost of Fast Fashion" me, who wears the same 3 striped t-shirts every day: *InTeReStInG*

23 dni temu
Heather Tyndall
Heather Tyndall

i wear my clothes until they fall apart because I cannot afford to buy them all the time

24 dni temu
The Virtual Traveler
The Virtual Traveler

I still have t-shirts and sweatshirts from *middleschool*. (I'm 44)

24 dni temu
Pastel Music
Pastel Music

I can't remember the last time I threw out clothes, my family is broke asf so I just fixed them (my 3 brothers passed on most of their clothes to the younger, seen shirts last three "generations" with them lol). When I outgrew pants, I just cut them and turned them into shorts or capris, some of which I still have and love all the more because I went all out with what little I knew about sewing to give them cool designs. It would be cool if it became more common for people to express themselves through improvements they made to clothing, it is so much better than buying a lot of clothing and throwing them away the moment there's something wrong with them or they're out of fashion, the current views on fashion simply aren't sustainable.

24 dni temu
Agnes Laufer
Agnes Laufer

Capsule wardrobe: 5 piece french wardrobe with project 333- 3 things of each item and a bin. Fe: 3 t shirts in 3 different colors 3 pairs of pants 3 shirts 3 sweaters ... and so on You will rotate them from the bin I do it for 8 years now. Purchasing new stuff only from thrift stores and eBay with a list. It works with me .

24 dni temu
Mary Echo
Mary Echo

Say it louder I'mma have sheep when I have a house so I can make my own stuff (Ik I don't have to go that far lmao but I also *want* to, I enjoy yarn crafts enough)

24 dni temu
Kayra Kaya
Kayra Kaya

I hate how those companies try to tell that natural wool is "bad and unethical" while wool is *actually* ethical and the synthetic fibres are harmful to environment.

21 dzień temu
Malarkey Laboratories
Malarkey Laboratories

I'm like that too I have a standing policy of if it's not broke don't fix it and do when it is so the only time I get rid of clothes is when they are in tatters and then I will likely use them as scrap fabric

25 dni temu
Rocket Raccoon
Rocket Raccoon

Why don’t you take responsibility for your actions, Blair

25 dni temu
Cormac Crowley
Cormac Crowley

What do you mean?

22 dni temu
Nadine
Nadine

One big reason I hate Zara a little more than other fast fashion companies is because their clothes are 4x more expensive than other fast fashion brands with the same quality, yet they pay the people who make their clothes the same shit wages.

25 dni temu
gold
gold

Y’all toss out your cloths?

25 dni temu
qwertydog979
qwertydog979

you just summarized exactly why i prefer to thrift.

26 dni temu
K. C.
K. C.

Well I feel old, I don’t even know who some of these companies are, and good thing.

26 dni temu
WaitingxInxSilence
WaitingxInxSilence

Knowing the average pieces of clothing are thrown out after 7 wears, means that plenty of people wear them LESS then 7 times. Who are these people???

27 dni temu
Laura Noble
Laura Noble

I donate all my used clothes, and buy second hand except for underwear and bras because that freaks me out a little haha! I will buy some things brand new, but the warmest, nicest coat I’ve ever owned was $6 from a second hand shop. I still wear it to this day!

28 dni temu
yvorox696
yvorox696

Dood fashion nova sucks! I mean I’ve never ever liked it or cardi b, I’m not into that but I’ve never liked the clothes. It’s definitely too much, kids shouldn’t be dressed like that! And then not paying ur workers the right amount? I know people who work doing these types of clothing for these companies and wages suck! And it’s hard work it’s not like it’s easy! I am...I am just fuming right now !! 😤🤬

29 dni temu
Melanie Rechnitzer
Melanie Rechnitzer

That's why it sucks that youtubers promote these companies with hauls etc. I started to only buy things that are made from cotton, since fabric is the biggest source of microplastic. Fast Fashion usually consists of polyesther or polyacryl or something, so I don't buy it just for that. I am thinking about making my own clothes, although I'm not that good at sewing. Making things for my rats gives me opportunities to get better at it though. I usually wear my clothes until they are unawearable, because they consist of more holes than fabric(because once my clothes get old I wear them around the rats, and they are little destroyers), I use the fabric that's left to make stuff for the rats, like hamhocks etc. If I can't wear clothes anymore because they don't fit but are still in good condition I donate them.

29 dni temu
Rachael Edwards
Rachael Edwards

My problem with getting clothes is that I am plus size and find that many eco clothing brand don't go up to larger sizes. This means that I have very little choice but to go to fast fashion even though I want to get more sustainable options

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marsz
marsz

there are sooo many fast fashion brands in thrift stores now. it clogs up the hidden vintage gems, so if u wanna stay trendy PLS by all means take those lol

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Hannah Fordyce
Hannah Fordyce

I can understand the wearing it 7 times then throwing out because they dont last long. As a plus size girl who is broke its hard to find a pair of jeans that last longer than a few months and fixing the thighs just doesnt work

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MIO
MIO

I enjoy your videos so so much!!!!

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animeartist888
animeartist888

I still have clothes from high school, too! And from middle school, for that matter. I only buy new clothes when the old ones are literally falling apart- holes worn into them in rub zones, decals and embroidery shredded from repeated wash/wear cycles, colors faded far from the original hue. The idea of buying new clothes even as often as once a year is just... I don't need new clothes that often. It's hard enough to find any pants in a style I like that also fit, why in the nine layers of hell would I repeat that aggregious process any more than absolutely necessary?! The average of 7 wears before trashing a garment is abhorrent.

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Rúben Campos
Rúben Campos

Even though I enjoyed the video, I think there were way too many ads in the video and since you had a sponsor I think it was a bit annoying.

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Sigyn Wisch
Sigyn Wisch

I don't believe in *throwing away* clothes, personally. Prefer to make quilts or donate.

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Natalie Johnson
Natalie Johnson

I think this is partially because we have gone from only having like two or three extremely well made outfits so now feeling like we have to wear something new every single day, I also feel like the onus is always put on the consumer though to not buy fast fashion, which you should not, I know it’s cheap but I promise there are other options (such as goodwill) that have clothes that aren’t literally made to fall apart after one wash, but it should be on the government to regulate these companies and to pay people enough to afford clothes

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Miss Vidzy
Miss Vidzy

"People are throwing 70lbs of clothes away a year" Me who wears clothes until they literally fall apart: Can't relate

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Jiirah
Jiirah

Okay I know how averages work, but SERIOUSLY who all is throwing away so many clothes each year that it makes it sound like I am throwing away 191 T-Shirts, when I have worn the same jeans for a decade because they still fit and haven't ripped? XD I only recently updated my wardrobe to include about 10 loose fit dresses because they are easy to throw on when I have been in pajamas all day, and I plan to wear these as long as my jeans and shirts have lasted. ... Other humans baffle me.

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Annete A.
Annete A.

I briefly worked in a warehouse in LA, it was just in picking/packing clothes for a subscription service but it was hell. The workers were always miserable, harassment ran rampant, and in the middle of July the heat was sweltering in that dusty windowless mammoth of a steel building with fans that did not help. It was terrible and what fast fashion workers deal with is much much worse than what I had gone through. I buy all my clothes secondhand either from thrift stores or apps like Mercari.

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morganaravens
morganaravens

Can it be put out there that the labor is done by poverty stuck cultures so...it's on them. India is a terrible place to exist across the county. Yet they still keep doing the same incorrect things over and over and over. So why do we care? And then in CA...gonna mention that the reason they don't complain much is because they're in the US illegally and shouldn't be there at all? Cause that's a thing. If we have 100% born and raised, who won't take low wages, then the companies would either have to pay the wages or they'd stop hiring, but then how many people wouldn't be able to buy the products, so guess they'd have to hire at proper wages

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Jennifer Wood
Jennifer Wood

I feel like calling it "easier" is minimizing the reason a lot of people turn to fast fashion... I know until very recently I couldn't afford anything other than fast fashion, i didn't even have much clothing at all, going years without buying anything, because plus sized fast fashion is EXPENSIVE. And unfortunately after all of the struggles with covid, I'm back to square one but atleast I have a full wardrobe and dont have to worry about not having any clothes... Not to mention even if I wanted to buy more ethical plus size clothes most of the time they're not in my style they're in some hippie boho style so I have to individually find the odd stores here an there that sell things in my style and just sort of hope they're more ethical than torrid :/ so basically because no one caters to my body size I'm stuck buying nothing but Torrid...

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Asumi 771
Asumi 771

what about shein? There are using minors to produce their clothes for really low payments...

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kahsindra
kahsindra

I only bought fast fashion when I worked in a retail fast fashion clothing store. We had to spend $500 minimum a month and wear the latest shipments.

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Cassian
Cassian

Wearing a shirt seven days and throwing it away....... I literally can't even wrap my brain around that concept. Such a waste. Does anybody around here do it? Can you, like, elaborate on why/how?

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K Loveandpeace
K Loveandpeace

Has anyone noticed how much fashion has changed since Quarantine?! Now everyone has an “athletic designs” which means we can comfortably hide our muffin tops in “designer yoga pants!” We can look all luxe and sporty while we eat Cheetos at home!! 😂🤣😂🤣

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Alison Babichuk
Alison Babichuk

If you can't afford "sustainable" fashion, shop at thrift stores! There's nothing more sustainable or affordable than that!

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DestinedInspector
DestinedInspector

It sucks when thrift stores barely have anything in bigger sizes, though. Every time I go to the giant one near my house, there's not much in my size.

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da man236
da man236

This is my cringe response: 😑😬🙁☹😡

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K M
K M

Even if you can't afford to invest in ethical, sustainable clothing, there really is power in making the most of what you already own until it falls apart. Not continually buying, replacing, and trend chasing can make a big micro difference!

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Rhiannon Smudge
Rhiannon Smudge

Me who has shirts that are faded and have a couple moth holes: what the f- THROWING AWAY CLOTHES AFTER A WEEK?!?

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Dhani Rose
Dhani Rose

I’d love to see you tear in to Gatehouse/New Media/Gannett. I worked there and there’s so much there that is shady. Bad practices, employee turnover his HIGH, poor treatment, terrible pay. There is PLENTY of tea there and it could fill a whole video without having to go into any kind of politics (it’s a news media company so yeah, there’s a political angle too, but simple enough to avoid if desired to stay away from biases)

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Blue Greenglue
Blue Greenglue

Literally still wearing a skirt I bought in 1992 - periodically redoing the hem or the waistband. One problem with making my own clothes is that the "fabric industry" is hugely problematic in itself. I frequently buy clothes at our local thrift stores several sizes too big so I can cut and sew them to fit me. Not being able to afford "fashion" as a child or a teen made me grateful for used clothing stores, and discovering punk music in the late 70s made it that much more appealing to wear whatever I felt like rather than what the trendy girls wore. I believe as time goes on, fashion will fall victim to the urgent crises of scarcity: water, food, safety, health

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Emily Pettit
Emily Pettit

A big reason clothes are really dangerous for the environment is because most clothes have synthetic fibers. Synthetic fibers do not biodegrade. Polyester, rayon, are very common now. Most cotton shirts also are blended with synthetic fibers.

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Dajesife D
Dajesife D

I stopped shopping on sites like wish/ZAFUL etc a couple years ago. I just didn’t feel right knowing that so many of these workers are exposed to such awful conditions. I didn’t want to be a part of the exploitation. Then I slowly stopped shopping retail at all. I buy almost all of my clothes secondhand/vintage, and if you’re even a little handy with a needle and thread, you can tailor or refashion some super unique pieces!

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skunkii
skunkii

4:47 it's called sex-based violence wtf

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Nikki Stewart
Nikki Stewart

I could not imagine wearing a piece of clothing for 7 days and throwing it out I literally keep stuff until it has more holes than fabric 😂😂

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22quietmouse
22quietmouse

I am on disability and am struggling just to pay my bills. I also gained weight due to medication I recently stopped. I feel so guilty having to buy from these stores. I’ve bought from rom we since it’s the only clothing I can afford for temporary clothes until my body goes back to normal 🥺

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Sarah L
Sarah L

Capitalism. Thats what it is. They purposely make the clothes cheap for those of us that can't afford to pay more and then the clothes that arent fast fashion are more expensive but a lot of us can't afford it.

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Blossomness Studios
Blossomness Studios

Good thing i don't have money as a younger teen and I haven't gotten new clothes for 18 months ;D Ive been wearing the same 4 pairs of jeans and a rotation of t-shirts for almost 2 years now. I Want to go thrifting really bad but i'm high-risk and I've heard that Goodwill doesn't wash intake clothes before selling them... Maybe after I get vaxxed

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Thot Slayer
Thot Slayer

I’m glad someone talks about all these problems in depth

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Laura Guerro
Laura Guerro

Fast-fashion can be and quite often is toxic. I've heard of the slow everlane (been around from the 90's).

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The Ace
The Ace

For a lot of people I know, the biggest factor of going through clothes quickly is the quality. It gets a hole in a place that can't be hidden and they don't know how to fix it, or maybe it's just not worth the effort cos the product is so poorly made or made out of a hard to repair material, so then they have to toss it and grab something else. And there's so many items getting tossed, or it's made out of such an unuseful material, that it can't be easily reused for something else (like cleaning rags). Higher quality products are also often inaccessible, particularly to two very big groups of buyers: plus size buyers, and low-income buyers (who easily make up 60% of wage earners in America, if not significantly more than that). High quality products often don't come in larger sizes, and are often higher in cost (and they are especially higher in cost when they do offer plus size clothes). Its so frustrating. Second hand is also a struggle since re-selling on Poshmark and other sites has become a popular 'hustle.' Secondhand is also dependent on who takes their clothes to the second hand stores, which..in my area, that's usually where the clothes of people who die end up, not where clothes of people who were cleaning out their closet end up, and that makes me more than a little uncomfortable. (Well, except kid's clothes. Second hand can be a great way to pick up cheap kid's clothes just about anywhere you go.)

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Kira Nakasashi
Kira Nakasashi

Blair: Fashion is thrown out on average after wearing three to seven times Me: Over here with clothes still from ten years ago that I still wear regularly and only throw out when they're unwearable. "Huh...?"

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Ashlley Powell
Ashlley Powell

I wonder what life would be like if we closed clothing stores and clothing brands, and solely dressed from hand me downs and thrift stores.

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Decanta
Decanta

Ive been buying most of my clothes second hand for a while now. the problem is that shifting the responsibility on the individual consumer is a method used by corporations to avoid real accountability and being forced to make less profitable changes. capitalism is always a race to the bottom, and we need wide-reaching reforms by governments if we ever want to fix these injustices and cruelty.

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Noah Blunt
Noah Blunt

I don't know about the labor that goes into making my clothes, but I just buy quality and durability so I can save money

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TRINA'S VOICE
TRINA'S VOICE

This sucks because I love shein so much 🥺 I know I'm horrible

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erin
erin

giving up fast fashion is not as expensive as people think, in fact it's cheaper if you do it right. i shop only when I need new clothes, I buy mainly from depop and ebay and charity shops when they're open. most of my clothes I love and have a strong connection with, and they are often vintage so well made so will last me a long time :))

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Avellania
Avellania

I wear a lot of vintage clothing, but I have to buy it all online. Thrift/charity shops are very rare where I live. They usually carry only kids' clothing or stuff for people who need nice clothes for work/job interviews. I asked their staff and they told me that they don't carry anything that is more than a few seasons old. If they get anything vintage/a bit older, even if it is in mint condition, they toss it. Most of them also don't accept fast fashion clothing because the quality is below their standards. If I have clothes I no longer need I either have to sell them online (depending on shipping it's not worth it) or I just have to throw them away.

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noobert the second
noobert the second

Why is "Boohoo" a name for a damn fashion company

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Liselotte Hildegarde
Liselotte Hildegarde

T o avoid this, I just buy clothes from an ethical company and wear them for 10 years. I never buy something because it's trendy but because it's that I absolutely love and has a classic design to it that makes it look timeless. It's more expensive but its worth it because of the quality that is far more long-lasting. I also keep the amount of clothes I own to be no more than 2 boxes and fix my clothes when it got damaged. BUY LESS BUY HIGH QUALITY AND ETHICAL.

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Mome Wraiths
Mome Wraiths

And sustainable clothing companies need to be held to a standard of inclusivity in their size ranges. I simply can't buy sustainable clothing bc no sustainable companies make my size. Its frustrating

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GrimYaksha 636
GrimYaksha 636

An average of 7 days? Who the hell...how the hell...why the hell..

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milksheikh
milksheikh

I still have clothes from more than 20 years ago, but I'm a bloke, I mostly just wear trousers & a t-shirt.

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Jocelyn Alarcon
Jocelyn Alarcon

Me ordering from fashion nova after this video 🤡

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