Today, it is becoming increasingly clear that even small acts can have a big impact on theenvironment. In addition to eliminating products Disposable such as straws and plastic bottles for reusable alternatives, another way to act for small-scale sustainable development is to consider the consequences of the textile industry - a new approach embodied by the experimentation of this teacher,Julia Mooney.
Julia is a teacher in a college in New Jersey, and she's given her mission to curb the fast-fashion. Rather than simply teaching her students about the importance of the subject, she opted for another, much more concrete solution.
The first day, Julia came to class in a gray dress with small buttons. Without revealing the truth to her students, she then wore the same dress the next day. And the next day. And the next day. And finally, after several weeks with this same outfit, she explained everything to them, explaining "that there are no rulesnowhere that says you have to wear different clothes every day. "
By participating in this trend of fast-fashion, we contribute to what Julia calls "The culture of excess". She explains that this is not only harmful for the environment, it is also harmful for us as individuals. And in particular, younger generations.
"It's something they confront every day as pre-teens as they try to define themselves. They often identify with brands or superficial things, such as their presence on social networks. Besides, many of them seemed excited to finally have a reason to discuss just how ridiculous this is. "
Even if today, Julia is no longer limited to the same outfit every day, her project "One Outfit 100 Days", an outfit - a hundred days, began to evolve in motion. If this tempts you to join her cause, do not hesitate to follow her on Instagram !
Imagined by: Julia Mooney