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Eco Fashion, What Is It Exactly?

By Team BEINGBAR

The fashion industry is not static. It has completely changed with different controversial fashion shows and trends it regularly releases to the public. A few years back, fabric producers and designers began to make a statement about the effects of the industry on our planet. For instance, most of the clothing available in the market are made of cotton, which is grown with tons of pesticides and processed with chemicals.


Organic fabrics and eco-fashion are the answer

The effect of the chemicals used in the cultivation of cotton has been well documented. The disposal, distribution, and manufacture of the clothing also have several other impacts on the environment, including the amount of landfill generated by thrown away clothing. But today, organic fabrics can be the answer. Hence, the reason for eco-fashion is to use items that do not harm the environment either passively or actively.


What is Eco-fashion?

Eco-fashion is basically an attempt to keep nature pure and clean by combining the needs of society with the demands of the earth. It pays attention to the environment, the health of the consumers, and the working conditions of the workers in the fashion industry.

What exactly is Eco-Fashion

What exactly is Eco-Fashion


Eco Fashion Clothing Versus Conventional Clothing

What differentiates eco-fashion from the usual clothes is not the style but the vintage and fabric materials used, and how they are produced. Eco-fashion is handmade, making it one-of-a-kind, art-to-wear at reasonable rates.


Eco-fashion comes in two different ways: One, the idea of ecological and environmental sustainability; and two, buying of clothing that has been created using sustainable ecological principles. It even goes as far as to avoid harsh, synthetic dyes, and chemicals.

When we think of eco fashion, there are certain considerations that the clothing should meet. The clothing and the accessories must be:

  • Made from sustainable materials
  • Made out of raw, organic materials
  • Made from secondhand and the recycling of excess fabrics
  • Made using recycled materials initially not directly related to fashion
  • Made using limited energy and with minimal consequences to the environment
Eco-fashion is made from sustainable materials

Eco-fashion is made from sustainable materials

Eco-Fashion is gradually becoming the norm

With the above in mind, several different brands, labels, and some eco clothing designers are now producing striking styles and designs in colors that appeal to the wider public. The percentage of people that embrace eco-fashion is still infinitely small (as many eco-materials and clothing have been unappealing with little style), but it is gradually becoming a norm.


More sustainable ways to look both fashionable and stylish

The emergence of sustainable fashion is undoubtedly catching the attention of many people. Consumers are looking for more sustainable ways to look both fashionable and stylish, while protecting themselves against potentially harmful effects of pesticide residues available in the usual fabrics, and to minimize the ecological and environmental impact of the fashion industry.

Organic substances, like hemp and soy are used for fashion

Organic substances, like hemp and soy are used for fashion

Organic substances, like cotton and bamboo

From bamboo to organic cotton, there are many different materials used for making eco-friendly fashion items. For instance, bamboo products have grabbed the attention of more and more people. The brand has been using groundbreaking color and design patterns to ensure people are attracted by its healthy eco-friendly products. Bamboo clothing is not only sustainable, but also tends to benefits people with sensitive skin, people prone to allergies, psoriasis, and eczema. It is breathable, warm as wool, and soft like other activewear materials.


From hemp, to soy, to recycled fabrics

Eco-fashion can also be made from other materials, like hemp, soy, recycled materials, or fabrics. For instance, recycled materials can be turned into designer wears, and they are generally becoming cheaper.

And it is not only clothing that is being produced in an eco-friendly way. Different kinds of towels, furnishings, and other items are now made from more sustainable materials. Bamboo towels are just as soft as cotton with reduced damp smell towels usually produces. We also have bamboo scarf set, bamboo baby blankets, bamboo hat, etc.

There is more and more choice in Eco-fashion fabrics today

There is more and more choice in Eco-fashion fabrics today

Eco-fashion is not only for conscious adults

Baby blankets and other clothing accessories have become the center of attention for parents and can be healthy-friendly items to your babies. With bamboo towels and sheets, kids are not going to suffer any kind of skin allergy. There are also bamboo skirts, pants, leggings, and shirts for kids. When they go out in the sun to have fun, they will not have to bother about any sweat, as they will feel relaxed and comfortable.


Summary

To ensure the clothing and accessories you wear are not causing unnecessary damages to the communities, habitats, and the world at large, go find out! Don't you think it is about time to do your tiny part in helping to preserve our planet? You can begin by choosing eco-friendly wears and accessories.

Eco-fashion is finally becoming the norm

Eco-fashion is finally becoming the norm

Conscious consumer choices

When shopping for eco fashions, find out where the item is made, who made it, and how it is made, if possible. It can be as simple as reading the label on the clothing or reading the mission statement on your purchase website. Of course, it might take a little effort, but the planet will surely reward you for the time and future generations.


Final thought

Eco-fashion is our responsibility. It is not only an investment for today but also an investment in the future of the human race. If you want to show your conscience towards nature, (name) has a wide range of eco-fashion products from where you can choose.

Not sure the best way to get started? Follow these simple steps to hit the ground running to find your sustainable shades this season:


Step #1 - Understand What Sunglasses Features You Need:

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Step #2 - Select Your Perfect Sunglasses:

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Step #3 - Ordering and Maintenance of Your Sunglasses:

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Step #4 - Connect With The Community:

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Sustainability:

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This concludes our article about Eco-Fashion. I hope by now you understand  better what it is and why you should be glad that things are moving in the right direction in this industry. Are you interestedto ready more of our blog articles about eco-friendly, sustainable fashion and sunglasses? And more specifically in fashion and sunglasses that take a different approach in both production and logistics?

At BEINGBAR we craft the ultimate conscious and sustainable sunglasses, made with natural materials and true principles. For people who make their own conscious choices. Click here to read more. Or visit BEINGBAR.com

About BEINGBAR

At BEINGBAR we walk the talk. Our journey started in 2011 and we set out to make sustainable fashion accessories and eyewear. It's the core pillar of what we do. We knew something had to change in the industry and had some ideas about how to do things better. As from that moment on we are on a journey to make it better every single day. 

Most of our eyewear is made with fastgrowing bamboo elements and we avoid the use of plastics at all cost in products, production and logisics. And more importantly, we make sure or products are built to last, not to replace. 

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