As the years go by, most things get more expensive. If you’re lucky, your income rises with them. However, if there’s one thing that often bucks the trend, it’s clothing. As the years’ pass, it seems to get more affordable. How does that work? A major reason for this is sustainability. We’re no longer using as many sustainable and eco-friendly materials as we used to, and overseas production is bringing those costs down.
If you are ready to turn your back on polyester and other cheap materials that require a considerable amount of energy and resources to produce, then read on. Here are some great eco-friendly alternatives to consider.
Linen is not only an excellent option for bedding but for your clothing too. It’s made from a sustainable product, flax, and requires very little energy to manufacture. In fact, flax needs fewer pesticides, fertiliser, and water than cotton – making it a recyclable and compostable material with many benefits.