Global Recycling Day is observed on March 18th, every year to remind the population of the importance of recycling. Just one of the ways through which we can help create a healthy and happy environment for ourselves and the planet as a whole.
Global Recycling Day that was initiated back in 2018, to celebrate the cause of repeating and resting our resources. Today, as we are fighting COVID 19 pandemic, our style wants to remind each one reading varied ways that we can incorporate in our wardrobe to take up a step towards a more sustainable earth.
Just one of the ways to keep the carbon footprint low.
Aamna Sharif In A Cotton Dress
We can't emphasise enough on including cotton or hemp fabric in our wardrobe as opposed to the water-intensive synthetic ones. Be it a western ensemble or ethnic, this fabric can play a major role in saving water.
Hina Khan In A White Cotton Suit
Ditching colours for the pristine whites. Your obsession with white clothes could also mean cutting on the dye-ing process, which in turn will help reduce pollution around us.
Mouni Roy Wearing A Hand Painted Saree
On the same lines, hand painted garbs will also translate into reduction of printing process. Even better is to use organic dyed clothing.
Radhika Madan Repeating That Silver Bustier
Excess consumption of clothing is a thing of past. Celebrities are making the most of each piece in their wardrobe and so should we.
How are you reducing environmental stress with your everyday fashion choice?
Let us know your answers in the comments below...