19 May '11, 10pm

How green is your wardrobe? See how you stack up...

How green is your wardrobe? See how you stack up...

What's the first step toward greening your wardrobe? Buying pieces made with organic fibers to replace what you own. Choosing timeless styles, quality fabrics, and pieces you love. Learning to work with what you have instead of buying new. Donating your duds to Goodwill. Correct! You chose: Sorry, you chose: Don't just throw out your wardrobe and start from scratch; instead, take a second look at what you have and see how you can rework it, or what else you could pair with it. And when you do start shopping, don't choose trendy duds that you'll be sick of in a year; go for sturdy fabrics and classic shapes that will stay with you indefinitely. Read more: How to Go Green: Wardrobe Eco-Tip: Choosing Green Clothing

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