H&M Conscious: Sustainable Fashion


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Today I come fourth with some very exciting news that I have uncovered from my recent haul at my local H&M Bromley.

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During my recent visit I discovered that H&M are launching a new campaign to make their brand more sustainable and eco friendly with their new idea and they are calling upon you to help them make it happen!

Here at fashioneyesta I am very keen on finding alternative ways to recycling and reusing fashion and am an avid supporter of many different environmentally friendly way in creating new fashions.

Don’t Let Fashion Go To Waste 

Each year a staggering amount of old clothes and textiles conclude their journey in Europe’s many landfills and rubbish sites. Destroying animal’s habitat and our natural environment.

But, what is really shocking is that over 95% can be recycled and used again to make new clothing which is a massive shame considering how much our planet is being destroyed by waste when it could be put to good use to make more amazing fashions!

What You Can Do To Help

If you have a bag of ripped, old, unusable clothes or things that are simply out of style and that you cannot sell or will not wear again.

Don’t dump it or give it to a local charity shop, instead bring your bags of rags to a local H&M store and allow the company to turn those rags into glad-rags!

It does not even have to be H&M clothing any clothes will do to make the world healthier.

In return H&M will give you a £5 voucher per bag to use on your next shopping trip when you spend over £30.

What Happens To Your Rags

What then happens is your bags of unwanted clothes will be sent to a local processing plant. The clothing will then be hand sorted and graded into different categories to be made into raw materials and new products!

So folks always remember to recycle, after all you may find out that you meet your unwanted clothing again in it’s other life!

Recycle that unwanted wardrobe space and make the world a better place! 

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Emily is a Masters Degree Student, Writer, Journalist, YouTuber and blogger who runs the blog and YouTube channel fashioneyesta.com.

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