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Changing fashion trends & their impact

The fashion industry is nowadays one of the most important industries in the world. Style has become one of the most important methods for people to show their individuality and set themselves apart from others. When back in time apparel were considered a significant part of life, and fashion was a slow process where garments were produced locally and people use to buy clothes that were long-lasting which could serve them for a longer period so they don't have to buy heaps of clothes, but now the fashion conventions have altered with time, now we prefer to acquire a wide range of clothing to make ourselves look more charming or to fill our wardrobes, but we only wear a handful of them. Of course, when the level of consumption raises, the level of production rises as well. Those clothing contribute to resource and waste pollution because the majority of them are discarded at some point, and people even burn them with biomass heaps.

As a result of fast fashion, the fashion industry has become one of the world's most polluting industries. It emits a significant quantity of carbon while also damaging waters with microplastics.

The production of low-quality apparel with cheap costing may fascinate a lot of us but we are silently paying a bigger price for consuming the cheap trendy clothes.

People are consuming more than they require, and they want it at a lower cost. And the profit-driven corporations who manufacture these low-cost things want the clothes as soon as possible, resulting in a trend known as "fast fashion. Fast fashion is very damaging and is also a major contributor to pollution the low-quality products used to make these clothes have a direct impact on the air, water, soil pollution.

TEXTILE INDUSTRY CONTRIBUTING TO WATER POLLUTION-

Fast fashion uses toxins chemicals for the production of apparel these toxic chemicals such as lead, mercury, and arsenic, are being found in water bodies. These are exceedingly hazardous to aquatic life as well as the health of the millions of humans who live along the banks of those rivers. The contamination also makes its way to the sea, where it finally spreads all over the world.

Another important source of water contamination is fertilizer use in cotton farming, which pollutes water significantly.

The fast fashion industry is not only responsible for damaging water bodies, but it also consumes a considerable portion of our scarce water resources.

A substantial amount of freshwater is used in the dyeing and finishing of all of our clothing. To put things in context, each tone of colored cloth can use up to 200 tons of freshwater.

Fabrics like cotton require a lot of water to thrive and are typically grown in warm, dry climates. To produce 1kg of cotton, up to 20,000 gallons of water are required. This puts enormous strain on this valuable resource, which is already in short supply, and thus it has severe consequences on the water resources.

PLASTIC POLLUTION IN WATER BODIES-

Microplastics may account for 30% of ocean plastic pollution. In a single wash, a single piece of clothing will release 700,000 fibers. When our garments are washed, the synthetic fabrics break down into tiny strands known as microfibers. These are basically small plastic fragments.

Hundreds of thousands of microfibers are washed down the drain every time you run the washing machine. Many of them make their way to beaches and oceans, where they will live for hundreds of years. Microplastic is ingested by fish and other sea life, and it moves up the food chain.

 

FASHION & AIR POLLUTION-

The textile industry is responsible for 10% of worldwide carbon emissions. Because of the energy consumed in the manufacture, manufacturing, and transportation of the millions of clothes purchased each year, the global fashion industry produces a lot of greenhouse gases. The textile industry's air pollution is also a key source of concern. Pollutants are emitted into the air by boilers, thermo-packs, and diesel generators. Suspended Particulate Matter, sulfur dioxide gas, nitrogen oxide gas, and other pollutants are produced.

About 84 percent of clothing ends up in landfills that are further burned to decompose when these clothes are burned it releases many chemicals into the atmosphere and add up to the air pollution. The emission of hazardous gas into the atmosphere has a negative impact on the human population in the surrounding areas.

 

FASHION & LAND POLLUTION-

Clothing has certainly devolved into a disposable commodity. As a result, we are producing an increasing amount of textile waste. Each year, a household in the Western world discards an average of 30 kg of clothing. Only 15% is recycled or given, with the remainder going to the dump or being burnt. Synthetic fibers, such as polyester, are made of plastic and are thus non-biodegradable, taking up to 200 years to degrade; all this compiles up and forms a huge amount of landfill waste creating a lot of pollution to the land.

 

Our ecosystem has been significantly harmed by the fast fashion industry. We will, however, eventually slow climate change if we begin to take constructive measures toward pushing for green-friendly fashion industry and become environmentally conscious consumers. The greatest solution is to choose environmentally friendly clothing made of organic fibers. Many manufacturers are going green and using organic cotton, linen, bamboo, and other eco-friendly materials.

At BamboologyTrends, we have everyday essentials like tees, trousers, sportswear, active wear night suits, Innerwear, Accessories etc. We make clothes with bamboo fabrics and cause no harm to our environment, we believe in the Slow Fashion trend and give you the best quality material that is vegan and organic and serves you for a long period of time. We specially take care of customer’s comfort and hygiene by pampering their skin with ultra-soft texture with anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties.

As consumers we can play a major role in saving our environment simply by purchasing less and preferring green/Organic fashion, we can help avoid microfibers from polluting the oceans and the chemicals contaminants used in fast fashion from polluting our environment. We will reduce waste by reducing consumption of none biodegradable clothing. The first step is to become more aware of the problem and adopt the ethical fashion by choosing green and sustainable fashion.

The most effective approach to rescue our world from the disastrous effects of rapid fashion is to make a conscious decision and choose Organic fashion. We have taken the initiative to introduce green fashion and contribute our part in making our environment pollution-free.

Come shop with us and help us make the world a cleaner and more pleasant place to live.

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