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What Is Fast Fashion And How Does It Impact The Environment?


When you're grabbing a $20 dress from Forever 21 to wear on a night out with friends or few outfits from H&M for the new job you just started, it's easy to just go with whatever looks the best on you for the lowest price, especially when you're shopping on a budget. 

Yet too often the clothes purchased because of the cheap price tag turn out to be cheaply made as well, and end up in the trash when you realize they can't be worn any longer. As you can guess, not only is this not great for your wallet (and wardrobe!) when you need to buy more clothes but it's not great for the planet, either.