Eco Fashion Awareness
With the barrage of media informing us of climate change, it would be quite impossible to still be unaware of the reality of it. Wouldn’t you agree that even without googling climate change or reading about it on books, you will still know that it exists simply by noticing the temperature every day? Surely, you will also agree that nowadays the temperature has become unbearably hotter unlike before in the good old days. And it’s not just because it’s summer; even on rainy days, the temperature is still high.
Climate change, as we all know, isn’t good. So, let’s do whatever we can to help prevent any further damage it might cause. There are actually many ways to start helping Mother Earth, from conserving water and electricity to reducing waste products and recycling. But have you ever considered switching your wardrobe to one that will benefit the environment? Sustainable fashion, more commonly known as eco fashion, is a slowly growing trend with its philosophy centered on creating and producing clothing that helps preserve the environment and promotes social responsibility.
Now, it might not be quite easy to buy an entire wardrobe of eco-friendly clothes, but starting with simply getting ourselves oriented with the existence of these kinds of clothes and knowing where to buy them isn’t a bad place to start. Here in Singapore, there are quite a number of brands that do provide eco fashion
One of which is Etrican. Founded in 2009 by Yumiko Uno and Dragos Necula, this Singaporean brand provides men and women with a selection of on-trend apparel which are all made of 100% organic cotton. Not only do their clothes stay true to their promise of being eco-friendly but you will surely be delighted to find out that their clothes are also affordable. If you’re interested to browse through their selection, you could check their website at etrican.com. or if you happen to be at Hill Street, then take some time to fit their clothes at 47 Hill Street, #06-06, Singapore 179365.
For your most basic clothing needs, such as a simple white tee, a plain-colored shirt, and of course let’s not forget underwear, Nukleus has got you covered. Specializing in sustainable underwear and basics, Nukleus only uses the finest sustainable materials to create their products. Feel free to visit their website at www.nukleussingapore.com or find their products at selected stores such as OG Albert Complex (60 Albert Street) and Organic Basic (1 Maju Avenue #01-06 myVillage Serangoon Garden).