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Fashion Ed | Sweat Free Brands

Hey guys, so it has been a while since I have posted a Fashion Ed topic, so I want to get back to posting those at least once a month and this month I wanted to talk about Sweat Free Brands.
"Sweat free" means that the item was not made in a workshop or factory where the workers are subjected to dangerous and poor working conditions and low wages.  For anyone who is attempting to purchase ethically made items, you may think you are limited in your choices. Some usually resort to thrift shopping or making their own clothing, but most of us will not resort to those measures right away. Myself for instance, I try to shop at retailers who are trying to become more ethically responsible and who at least have their sustainability/ethic clauses or reports available for the public to see. 

Here are a few brands that are sweat free:
1. American Apparel


Mostly known for their risqué advertising, American Apparel offers sweat free clothing available to shoppers all over the world.  Th…

Zara AW.14 Favs

If you have not stumbled across Zara's site lately to view their autumn/winter collection, please do. You will not regret it. Being as obsessed with Zara as I am ( I'm literally on the site almost everyday), you know I have to list some of my favorites from the collection. I might even purchase some items and splurge on myself a bit. I was recently awarded the Graduate Instructional Assistantship I applied for and I am more than excited. That deserves a new outfit... or two don't you think!
-Desi