Author: Kevin Jordan

A personal stylist helping women curate circular closets because you can be stylish and sustainable.

About two-thirds of textiles are made from petrochemicals, which are derived from fossil fuels. Polyester is the most widely consumed synthetic fiber, and it’s used in about 67% of all clothing (source: Forbes). Which means you are most likely wearing oil-based clothing right now. The problem with fossil fuel-derived synthetic clothing is that once it is made, it can never be unmade. Instead, 85% of clothing is sent to landfills or incinerated (source: Business Insider). A shockingly low percentage of clothing is recycled, and since most clothing has at least one synthetic component (e.g. buttons or thread are usually synthetic…

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