Participating in #garmentgratitude is as easy as Share, Thank, Act:

To be a part of this mindful and sustainability based social media action all you have to do is share a pic of yourself in an item you love and tell us why you love it. Then say thanks to people and/or the planet for making it and pledge one positive action you plan to take while wearing it.

Be sure to tag @sustainabilityinstyle or email your pic to contactus@sustainabilityinstyle.com. Then it can be added to the #garmentgratitude wall! Let’s share some happiness and love in a media saturated with fear and sadness.

Learn and Share

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER AND SHARING IS CARING.

There is no need for additional reading or homework to participate in this movement. However, if you happen to curious to read up on where your clothes come from and why appreciating them is an important step in shifting the global fashion industry consciousness these resources are for you. There are also resources available for if you need a little help spreading the #garmentgratitude message.

Share Your Love

Share your passion for your garment on Instagram and spread the #garmentgratitude movement

The Lingo

Check out an A to Z on Conscious Fashion terminology to broaden your #garmentgratitude vocabulary

Human Ethics

Get an understanding of why you should care about the people who make your clothing by clicking here

Need an example?

If you need an example copy for a #garmentgratitude post you might find the one attached helpful

Secondhand Info

Sustainable fashion resources champion secondhand fashion. Learn the pros and cons of secondhand here.

Ideas for Action

It can be difficult to come up with Eco action ideas. If you are stuck check out these 30 options.

Fostering Mindful Connections With Our Clothes

From conception over the design desk -crop harvest- wash and wear- to  end of life, every stage of conventional production plays its own part in contributing pollutants to our environmental flows. In addition to these pollutants, many hands and hearts are involved in the making of a garment, and not all are treated with the same love, care, and respect you would bestow upon the people you meet in your daily life.

Fortunately there is a growing body of awareness. Across the globe consumers like yourself are waking up to the fact that the fast-fashion model is not a way to show love and respect to beings, or the environment. There are top down industry initiatives addressing these issues and bottom up consumer based movements emerging online and in local communities.

These movements are often focused around awareness of the production processes that bring you your goods. Not your deeply personal and somewhat intimate relationship with the items you choose to wrap yourself in daily. The garments and accessories we choose to adorn ourselves with are part of our identity and an outward expression of inner selves. This shouldn’t be disposable!

Mindful appreciation for what you have, love, and wear is a key component in fighting pollution and changing the way we interact with what we own. To foster a mindful appreciation of what you love, why you love it, and the time and effort that went into making it is to start a world wide fashion evolution from the comfort of your own mind.

THE GRATITUDE WALL

#garmentgratitude

The posts you see below come from people across the Globe who have chosen to take part in the #garmentgratitude movement. If you would like to see your post here be sure to tag @sustainabilityinstyle and/or @garmentgratitude on Instagram or email your story and image to contactus@sustainabilityinstyle.com

Make

Make your LIVe SustainabLY StylishWe all want to live our best lives and most of us would like to do so without costing the Earth. Sustainability in Style provide a unique blend of yogic philosophy, mindfulness and science to help you navigate living in sustainable...

The EcoScientist Podcast

The EcoScientist Podcast

The EcoScientist Podcast Last week the wonderful Amalya Valle of The EcoScientist Podcast and I, got together to talk about fast fashion vs ethical and sustainable fashion for episode 13 of the podcast . We discussed garment factory and sweatshop workers rights from...

Fabric Workshops

Fabric Workshops

Fabric Workshop Series  On September 14th I was delighted to have the opportunity to share my love for sustainability education and conscious consumption as part of the Sunshine Coast Councils Fabric: Slow Fashion | Artful Living 2019 program. The agenda included two...

Flax Seed Hair Gel

Flax Seed Hair Gel

Make it Yourself: Flax Hair Gel A little while back I started having some slightly hairy-scary moments.  We all have a little hair fall when we shower, but mine started shedding pretty rapidly and I started to worry. It wasn't like large clumps were coming out in...

Want to learn more about your relationship with your clothing?

If you aren’t already a member why not sign up to the seven day free trial of Eco Style Insiders members space and check out some of the courses and resources on offer. You might enjoy the Mindful Consumer Course where you learn more about your relationship with your clothing and find ways to shop more consciously.

Learn More

Want to learn more about your relationship with your clothing?

If you aren’t already a member why not sign up to the seven day free trial of Eco Style Insiders members space and check out some of the courses and resources on offer. You might enjoy the Mindful Consumer Course where you learn more about your relationship with your clothing and find ways to shop more consciously.

Learn More