Do People and Companies Truly care About Sustainability?
Do the people really care when they find out that a brand they love has polluted waters or is paying nothing to workers at factories while having them working in not enough safety conditions? Do the brands should do something else apart from taking initiatives to create awareness about these problems?

What is the meaning of Ethical Fashion?

Go ethical – that’s the way to look good meanwhile feeling good,
together we can make a change.

Those who are new to the concept of ethical fashion and asking about Fair-trade, sustainable, eco-friendly? Or why do you say ethically sourced? What does this all mean?

First, let’s review a few key words:

{fair trade}: trade in which fair prices are paid to laborers in developing countries.

{ethically sourced}: ensuring that the products being sourced using environmentally friendly materials, that are created in safe facilities, by workers who are treated well, and paid fair wages to work legal hours.

{organic}: products that are pesticide-free, additive-free, dye-free, etc. creating the smallest carbon foot print possible.

{sustainable / eco fashion}: the goal of which is to create a production system which can be supported indefinitely in terms of environmentalism and social responsibility.

{supply chain transparency}: consumers have access to accurate details about where their clothing is made, and how.

Okay now that you know what all these terms mean, I want to address some common misconceptions surrounding ethical products. I have heard stereotypical comments such as, “oh that stuff is all ‘touristy’ or ‘and stuff I would never wear, eat, or put in my house.

Fair trade fashion is wearable. Brands like Inspirala all have pieces that anyone can wear on a daily basis, that are ethically sources.

Ethical products are affordable. Upon first researching ethical brands, you may realize that the price tags are a little more than you would usually pay at the mall. This makes sense, of course, because you are paying a fair price to support the hands and hearts of the people making your products. I hope this helps to solve any misunderstandings or questions you have about ethical products! Please remember that there are hands & hearts who make the products you use every day.