by Rachel Davies October 03, 2016
[caption id="attachment_5705" align="aligncenter" width="1200"] Image courtesy © Mata Traders[/caption] At Boho City, I am all for "seize the movement" and endorsing Slow Food and Fashion. I want the dress and accessories you buy to last for more than one season and be ethically crafted, you can wear them for more than once, not only because the print or shape is in fashion. My aim is to promote brands with meaning, giving back and making a difference to people who made your clothes. Let's talk a bit more about slow fashion, so what is it all about? Slow fashion is based on the same movement as slow food which was launched in Rome to protest against fast food. What started with food has grown into a slow design, parenting, and fashion movements. Today, many clothes are constructed overseas using inferior quality materials that quickly fall apart. To contrast, the slow fashion movement, in tandem with fair trade efforts, is working to combat industry ills. To oppose fast fashion, choose recycled, vintage styles, purchase for quality over quantity, and when possible, invest in longer-lasting pieces in order to reduce your carbon footprint, slow fashion is based on ten principles"
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