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Clobbr Unique, upcycled denim products ♻️👖✂️❤️. For passionate eco-warriors that value sustainable purchasing. Manufacturing garments, particularly something as robust as jeans, requires a lot of chemicals and water. With most manufacturers, it takes between 1,800 and 2,000 gallons of water to make a single pair of blue jeans. The environmental benefits of buying second-hand clothes, particularly second-hand vintage jeans, are wide and varied – from reduced carbon emissions to saving up to 2,000 gallons of water per pair of jeans. When we think about it on a socio-economic level, buying used vintage jeans means that high-quality clothes are easily accessible to almost everyone. This doesn’t just apply to denim but any clothing, currently we often purchase far too much and don’t always consider how much might go to landfill. I know many people do donate to charity shops and similar but the quality of mass produced clothing can regularly see it being exported to countries that struggle with reusing them. My ethos is all about keeping and glorifying denim garments to encourage and captivate more people to truly value the importance of clothing. Whether this is reinventing something you already own or thinking about whether the new purchase gives you true value. Not just monetary value but heart value to you. I’m not trying to preach as I am not perfect and understand that it’s hard to get out of the cycle of overconsumption and just buying brand new. All I am trying to do is start the worm working in your brain to try and look at how much clothing waste we currently create. Just think about maybe starting to make small changes and just take a little bit more time before deciding on that brand new sale item bought from one of the fast fashion brands. How about using that time to get together with a group of your friends and have a swap party. I can guarantee you will have a lot more laughs, more memories and probably a group of people with many new outfits suited to them.
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