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The positive environmental impact of Project Cece’s sustainable jeans
What is the impact that you make when you buy an ethical pair of jeans at Project Cece? With the information we have collected in the last months you can find out what your impact is when you are buying sustainable jeans! Perhaps you already have sustainable pair, otherwise, this might be a good time to take a step towards a more sustainable future and leave the polluting fast-fashion jeans industry behind you.
How these little holes get in your shirt (and how to get rid of them without sewing)
Nothing as nice as a good basic t-shirt. They can be combined endlessly, you can buy them in just about every imaginable colour and you also have a choice of materials. Yet T-shirts often have a huge damper. A specific and recognizable problem with a mysterious cause. T-shirts get mini holes quite quickly. How is that possible? And more important; how do you get rid of them again?!
Brands with the Environmentally Friendly label are actively working on putting less stress on the environment, by for instance using sustainable materials.
Brands with the Fair Trade label, produce fair trade. They give their workers a living wage, and save and hygienic working conditions.
Brands with the Good Cause label really try do something extra for the world. This can be for example donating to charity, providing training, or planting trees.
Brands that have the Locally Produced label produce their clothing in Europe.
Brands with the Vegan label are produced without the use of any animal products.