My Goals Til The End Of The Year

WOO, I'm back, it feels weird having a bit of a break. But in all honesty it was very overdue, I'm the kind of person that finds themselves running on empty quite a bit. It's something I don't want to be like obviously, but I'm very much an 'oh well I'll find time for a break later on' rather than at the moment when I need it. It's not exactly been a relaxing sit around do nothing, it's been more of a right I have a new job so my attention needs to be on that, I'm in the world of 9-5 so it's taken me some time to find my feet and get settled into the new routine. 

But I feel like I've got there now, I actually do 7 hours a day so my trick to combat that is to do add an extra hour onto my day to go to a cute cafe and get some blog posts done. And with that, I wanted to set myself some goals so that this break and time to think was for more than my return post. My blog has been very up and down over the years, it's had an up and dow…

Why I Want To Stop Buying Fast Fashion

It's almost become an essential as a blogger to constantly have new stuff in, people get bored of hearing about the same old and there always has to be something new on the scene. Although we're creatures of habit there's something exciting about getting something new. I remember about a year ago, I was ordering stuff constantly and never really getting my wear out of them. There was a lot of stuff I just never worn and I think I bought them because why not, it was in fashion and was something everyone else had and I kinda bought into it through that. It became a very expensive and wasteful time and with the number of clothes that are now wasted it got me thinking.

Fast fashion is on the rise and more and more people are getting involved, companies are banking on this and although it's great to have the new thing in it's not great to consistently be purchasing clothes that we don't wear enough. I realised when I started getting more into getting photos done and more into talking about fashion more regularly, I felt this need to suddenly have something new all the time. And realistically, we don't. 

It seems that the social media world hates outfit repeating, I know bloggers who hate to post the same outfit several times on Insta but why? Are there really people out there that think people only wear things once, for me this seems so weird to me. Surely people understand we all don't just wear something once and never again, but in the days of fast fashion, this seems to be more of a thing. For me, I wanted to take action against it, yes I still love purchasing off fast fashion sites but I want to make more of a conscious effort to look at what I already own and make something of it. I bought these clothes for a reason so they're getting their wear before I pick up anything else. There are so many things I've bought and just never worn and it's time they got some love. 

If you do, however, feel the need to constantly buy new clothes. Instead of running through the high street, why not look in charity shops and thrift stores. It'll save you money and you're helping charities and small businesses out. In this real world, nobody cares if you don't have the in thing. It's all just clothes at the end of the day. 

So am making a pledge to stop buying into fast fashion so much, I wanna start off by looking through all my clothes and realistically thinking if I can and would wear it. If not it's off to the charity shop. Then I wanna make sure everything in my wardrobe gets a bit of wear before anything new comes in its place. Little changes like this can have a big impact and it's about time we changed things up. 

Let me know your thoughts and fast fashion and will you take the pledge with me? 

Until next time, Chloe! 

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