It is always fun to experiment with clothes, but it becomes less fun when the clothes you wear are made by the sweat and hard work of others. It is not easy to say ‘no’ in a society that promotes consumerism, but this does not mean we shouldn’t be conscious or aware of what we are buying and what consequences this has on the current system. We should look for ways to resist the exploitation of the multinationals.
What I will try to do, like many others most probably also do and did before me, is to reinvent clothes that I only buy in second hand, or a chicer name: in vintage shops. For the moment, on my own, this is the only thing I can do.
I don’t want to be part of those who still, after all the catastrophes in Bangladesh and many other, don’t take a step to change the way they buy clothes and wear them.
Hopefully I can in this way inspire people to reinvent the clothes they are wearing, just like big creators do, but in a better way for people and nature.
PS: I started the boycott 2 years ago, so it is possible that I still have some clothes of 'multinationals', i will just try to not promote them in my pics
And don't forget to check out the documentary 'The true cost' ;)