The Deadly Cost of Fashion

As a fashion blogger, I feel it is one of my responsibilities to raise awareness of how the clothes we see in stores every day are created and transported to us. Like this blogger says, we really shouldn’t take fashion for granted. I believe that as a human, each and every one of us has a responsibility to understand what is happening in other parts of this world and should strive to help other humans in need.

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This video is such a great reminder of what we as americans have. We honestly have no reason to complain about anything. We aren’t losing family members/ friends because they are making clothes for people in another who don’t even know they exist and most of the time forget where their stuff comes from. It’s also such a powerful message about the inequality other countries have. Living off $68 a month or less is really hard to wrap my head around. My fam spends more than that for a weeks worth of groceries and we also spend money in many other places as well. Sometimes being this blessed is such a curse but we just need to remember to not take it all for granted.

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4 responses to “The Deadly Cost of Fashion

  1. 1. It’s so easy for us in the west to take for granted the opportunities here that others don’t.

    2. I love the idea of sharing someone else’s post that resounded with you. That’s the beauty of the blogging community.

    3. Your doing so made me follow your blog and look forward to what you have to say.

    • Hi, thank you so much for stopping by and taking the time to read my post. It really is amazing to be able to communicate with lots of different people through my blog in many ways, and I’m glad you appreciate that! Thanks for following, and I hope you’ll like my future blog posts too. Have a great day! : )

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