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Don’t buy 1 T-shirt and get 3, 5-year water-supply

Taking into account the current steady and deeply-rooted trend for sustainability and environmental protection, almost everyone has been thinking of how to become a member of a planet-saving process. Some of you decided to make a transition to renewable energy sources (installing solar panels on the roof), some started to sort trash. All the above-mentioned strategies are by all means important and effective, but what if I tell you, that there is a far less expensive and even cost-effective way to make a significant contribution to global well-being?


It’s hardy negotiable that now each of us is buying a new pair of jeans rather when wanted than when needed. I believe that a lump part of my readers can even brag about a 50-piece collection of jeans or T-shirts or bags. And it shouldn’t come as a shock that in the world where your shoes can tell more about yourself than a FB profile, fashion has become one of the most harmful industries.

Fashion industry is considered by the UN Conference on Trade and Development one of the largest polluters in the world. The environmental damage is increasing as the industry grows.

The production and distribution of the fibers and garments used in fashion all contribute to different forms of environmental pollution, including water, air, and soil pollution. Some of the main factors that contribute to the pollution are the vast overproduction and overconsumption of fashion items and the use of synthetic fibers.

At DressX, we are creating the garments of the future that eliminate waste and chemicals during production and minimize carbon footprint.

So here are some fresh mind-blowing statistics:



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