Ethics for Fashionistas

You’ve probably heard plenty of advice about being a responsible consumer,
following your budget, and not buying things you don’t need. But for fashionistas,
it can be hard to know where to begin. What types of products should we avoid
buying, and how can we make our shopping a little more ethical?
A: Don’t worry, we’re listening! Because right here at Self-Esteem, we have a
hefty load of helpful ethics tips for fashionistas. Whether you’re a seasoned
shopper or brand new to the world of ethical fashion, these tips will have you
feeling more Confidence than Conflicted in the blink of an eye.
Always be ethical in your buying

The first rule of ethical shopping is always to be ethical in your buying. When you
buy something, you’re not just taking a seat at the table, you’re also taking a seat
on the ground. Whether it’s a pair of shoes you plan to wear for work or a jacket
you want to wear for vacation, you’re bound to end up with something you don’t
want to wear.
Even if you don’t have a problem with the brand, the clothes, or the product itself,
it’s still bad form to buy things you don’t feel like wearing. Why not make an effort
to look at things through a clothes and accessories buying window, instead of
just buying them?
This applies even if you have no particular desire to buy fashionable clothes.
Take a look at this pair of designer jeans, printed with colorful messages, and
think about what could become part of your wardrobe.

Don’t buy if you don’t feel like it

If you plan on buying a lot of clothes, start by doing your research. You may be
saving money by not buying things you don’t need. Begin by looking at what
other people are wearing and ask yourself: Does this look familiar? If the answer
is yes, then buy it.
You might not need the exact clothes on every second of every third day of every
month, but having them on your body sure as hell feels like clothes.

Don’t buy it until you have time to look at it

Buying items on sale or at a discount is a great way to save money, while still
making a great purchase. If you usually shop at the same time every day, try
heading to the store on a slow day. You may be able to find something cheap
you can wear before work, or something expensive but still wearable at home.

Don’t buy something you don’t need

If you do decide you don’t need the item, don’t feel bad if you don’t buy it. You
probably don’t need it, and if someone else does, it’s their problem alone. Buying
things you don’t need is usually a poor decision, but maybe you’re in a period of
low budget when you can’t justify the cost of buying everything you need.
Here’s a great example: If you’re in the mood for printed T-shirts, but you don’t
have the cash to buy them all in black. Want to buy the most expensive one?
Here’s an option that might fit the bill.

Make your self-care a priority

When you’re shopping at the grocery store, sometimes you might just notice that
there’s an item you don’t feel like taking a bit of care for. In that case, it’s
probably time to start making a list of things you want to take care of so you don’t
overbuy.
One thing to always keep in mind is that you don’t need to overbuy. Spend the
money on the things you need, like towel bars or a good toaster. It doesn’t make
sense to overbuy in the beginning, because then you’ll never finish the
purchases. So make sure you have the money saved up for the things you need,
but always be mindful of how much you’re spending.
Another thing to always keep in mind is that you don’t need to buy the most
expensive thing to be happy. If you rarely, if ever, feel the need to buy
everything, you probably don’t. Sure, you may spend more on your smartphone
than any other person, or you may have an extra set of eyes to complete
projects, but there’s no reason to feel like you need to spend a disproportionate
amount on things if you don’t ever feel the need to do so.

Take good care of your purchase

As we mentioned above, buying things you don’t need is usually a poor decision,
but maybe you’re in a period of low budget when you can’t justify the cost of
buying everything you need. Take care of the purchase today, so you don’t have
to settle for second best later on.
If you regularly buy things that don’t need taking care of, you may be tempted to
start a new shopping habit, like going to the local thrift store or spending the
money on novelty items. But if you’re willing to make a real sacrifice for the
greater good of your wallet, make sure you get your money’s worth out of there.
If you shop at the same time every day, try heading to the store on a slow day.
You may be able to find something cheap you can wear before work, or
something expensive but still wearable at home.

Other ways to be ethical in the world of fashion

The Final Words is the most popular blog on the internet, so you’re probably well
aware of its importance, but in the spirit of being more ethical, we’d like to give a
quick-and-dirty list of 5 ways you can be more successful as an ethical shopper.
Travel extra-carefully. Avoid being in areas with poor air and water quality. Invest
in quality travel bags, like water-resistant bags, to ensure you stay warm and dry
when traveling abroad. Don’t visit places where the environment is unwelcoming,
or where you might fall prey to local violations of human rights.
Don’t buy a cheap item, especially if itara (traditional clothing). Try on garments
from more expensive brands to ensure you’re getting a good price before you
make a purchase. If you usually shop at the same time every day, try heading to
the store on a slow day. You may be able to find something cheap you can wear
before work, or something expensive but still wearable at home.

Final Words

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Travel extra-carefully. Avoid being in areas with poor air and water quality. Invest
in quality travel bags, like water-resistant bags, to ensure you stay warm and dry


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That’s it for today’s quick-and-dirty guide to being a responsible shopper. We
hope this article helped provide some insight into the ethics of fashion and how it
can impact your life. If you’ve managed to take a step in the right direction, we
would love to hear from you. What’s something you think we should add to the
list? Let us know in the comments section below!
Sincerely,
The Self-Esteem crew

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