8 Simple Ways I Make My Wardrobe a Little More Circular
Every week, the UK sends 11 million items of clothing to landfill, according to Oxfam—that’s A LOT. If we can play even a small part in not adding to that, then that’s a win in our eyes. That means buying good-quality things we know we’ll love forever as opposed to fleeting trends.
The good news is that as fashion begins to slow down, trends such as the blazer, leather separates, and knee-high boots are becoming less extreme, more wearable, and therefore they pop up again and again, season after season, tweaked by the street-style set in easy-to-copy ways that don’t require a wardrobe overhaul.
The key, obviously, is to buy less, buy what you love, and make it last. Create a capsule wardrobe that works for you. That doesn’t have to mean boring or plain pieces. If you’re a big fan of prints and always have been, then that’s what you’ll still be wearing in thirty years, and that’s what counts.