We all want to steward our resources better–whether that’s our time, money, energy, or stuff. That also includes our wardrobe items.
Through the years, there have been many ways to think creatively about gifts. Whether it’s been making gifts, re-purposing presents, upcycling items, or just generally trying to think “outside the box” with possible ideas, try something different this year.
Black is a great colour to wear any day–not just on a Friday…I want to focus on something else–the Little Black Dress (otherwise known as LBD). This wardrobe winner is a sustainable workhorse.
Shopping ethically can be hard on the pocketbook. And though clothing is a necessity, we really don’t NEED more clothing…..it might be helpful to show you a bit about what goes into an Aletheia Apparel garment. In an attempt to be transparent, I will show you my Alex Dress make.
Let’s focus on some of the many talented Kiwi designers–both in New Zealand and abroad. Why not support some of these designers and the great work they do?
As prices of supplies rise and more fashion industry businesses seem to be closing or going overseas, Aletheia Apparel is looking ahead to the year(s) to come. There will be some changes to ensure longevity. This is exciting!
Join the Aletheia team for Marathon in a Month to help raise funds for the Cancer Society and help change lives–and be in to win a surprise jewellery piece!
How can YOU make better fashion choices? Simply put – engage in SLOW FASHION. Slow fashion may be purchased, but you can also make your own clothes as part of the movement.
Creating your own capsule wardrobe saves you time, money, and stress. If you know that every item in your closet will coordinate together, you do not have to spend as much time thinking about what to wear.
Prices are rising everywhere, so how can someone reasonably shop responsibly? Looking for sustainable fashion brands is one way to steward the resources we have.