Waste isn’t useless; it’s actually something you can use to make more things. You can recycle it into all different sorts of things.Pupil, aged 9
Shoppers are being faced with more decisions than ever when it comes to buying clothes. The biggest dilemma is the confusion around the language of sustainability. So, here is a handy guide for you to use.Read more
We understand that recycling can feel overwhelming and sometimes ends up being a guessing game for people. Packed full of useful tips and hints to help you recycle at home, work and in school. The purpose of this blog post is to give resources with information on recycling symbols, how items are recycled and much more.
Sometimes we are quick to simply get rid of our clothes when we see a sign of wear and tear. However, repairing clothes is much easier than you may think and is also a great way to save some money.Read more
Love Your Clothes established in 2014 to work together with industry organisations to help change the way UK consumers use and dispose of their clothes.
We need to think better before buying clothes and be better informed when we purchase clothing, to chose pre-owned options more often and keep all clothing and textiles out of the bin!
I think the idea that it is made from recycled polyester is good and the fact that we're putting recycling to another use is fantastic.Alice, High School Pupil