Where can you find ethically made and sustainable fashion items that suit your conscience and your style? Do you find it confusing and time-consuming to have to research every fashion purchase to ensure it aligns with your values? From a fast fashion hoarder to a slow fashion minimalist, eco.mono founder Samantha Leigh has been seeking out the good, the bad and the ugly when it comes to who, how and where our clothes are made. What originally started as a fashion blog designed to educate her readers about the garment industry, is now an online store that offers a collection of sustainable women’s clothing from brands leading the way in ethical fashion. Listen in to hear more about Sam’s evolution, and connect with Sam at www.ecomono.com.au or on Instagram: www.instagram.com/eco.mono
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