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Eco-Conscious Alternatives
'Fashioning Change' Supports Ethical Substitutes to Popular Name Brands


By: Andrew Robertson (Star) Apr 7, 12
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Fashioning Change aims to encourage an environmentally aware and sustainable approach towards fashionable apparel. If you knew there was an eco-friendly, socially conscious alternative to popular fashion brands, which would you support? The website, fashioningchange.com, asks users to complete a very brief questionnaire aimed at establishing the styles you generally shop for and the type of fashion accessories you’re most interested in.

One of the sites prominent features is “Wear this not that” which is an option that pairs eco-friendly alternatives to fast fashion brands that are as fashion-savvy (if not more). Fashioning Change supports ethical alternatives to brands who have yet to adopt practices that support the environment and human rights. 

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