BIT TO SAVE
It can take more than 20,000 litres of water to produce 1kg of cotton, equivalent to a single t-shirt and pair of jeans. Up to 8,000 different chemicals are used to turn raw materials into clothes, including a range of dyeing and finishing processes. And what becomes of the clothing that doesn’t sell, falls apart or goes out of style? More often than not, it is discarded in giant landfills.
Respect Your Clothes
Invest in high-quality clothes - they will give you higher returns! High-quality clothes have a longer life-cycle and thus can be re-used and recycled which in turn helps reduce some burden we place on our planet. Clothes made from natural fibers cost less carbon footprint than clothes made from chemicals.