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In today’s fashion industry, a polo shirt for sale at Target and one available at Bloomingdale’s might have been made on sewing machines in the same factory in Bangladesh. I reference both of these companies because they both have almost universal name recognition in the U.S. Target is a mass…

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Over the last three decades, the fashion industry figured out how to produce more products than ever before, at cheaper price points without considering the environmental or human impacts. …

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We wear clothes for a variety of reasons; for protection, as a form of self-expression, as a uniform, a way to belong, or even to stand out. Clothes for most of us are a daily necessity. No matter the type of clothing someone wears or the reason they wear it…

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Sick of spending too much time figuring out what to wear? Have any idea how many times you’ve worn your favorite pair of jeans? Doing some shopping and wondering how many navy blue tees hang in your closet? There’s an app that can help you with all of these things.

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In today’s fashion marketplace, the number of brands available in every category of clothing and at every price point is almost limitless. Garments coined as “athleisure” come with the dual promise of supporting us in our workouts and helping us look good even when we’re not at the gym (brunch…

Amy Loder

Writing about Fashion, Spirituality, Business & Psychology via my research & life experiences. These topics intersect more often than you might expect.

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