“Style is Queen but fit is King! Don’t follow trends. Dress to compliment your body and werk it!”
Kat from the US has been blogging since 2009, and is passionate about seeing change in labor trafficking and women’s issues.
She uses ethically produced clothing to create her chic and colorful looks on Instagram and on her blog, and has tons of great ideas.
You can follow Kat on Instagram @consciousnchic
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There are some tough truths to face about the way our favourite fast fashion is produced and managed. It may be cheap, but there is a hidden cost for both the environment, and the people who work in supply chains behind the scenes who are sadly paying a high price for our convenience.
This short video by The Economist gives an overview of the true cost of fast fashion.
But thankfully, there is a growing counter movement of Slow Fashion, spearheaded by influencers who are being creative with what they have, as well as showcasing alternative brands who are doing good by people and the planet.
Stay tuned in the coming weeks as we introduce you to some of them…