25 comments

  • Ina H.
    09/06/2021 19:31

    Let's all go naked

  • MyAnh H.
    09/05/2021 22:35

    Mine: 1) don’t trap into “buying” habit. I am wearing many shirts and trousers that are more than 15 years or plus old 🙂 2) use local tailors where possible 3) live your life that sparks your own eyes (not other’s) The conclusion is: I have become an outdated in the other’s eyes, but ok, it’s my choice, my life!

  • Lelio G.
    04/06/2020 06:12

    I don’t know elsewhere but in Italy this is a normal thing. Mothers, grandmothers and people like me can darn a sock or sew a hole in a pair of jeans. When I heard that on average people wear tho ha less than 10 times I was stunned.

  • Moreen T.
    04/03/2020 07:37

    thanks for this vid 😉

  • Steven B.
    04/02/2020 16:18

    My mother used to buy all my clothes for a second hand Army and Navy store, wasn't too bad , but I did go to school dressed as a Japanese general for 2 years, those were tough days 🤔😂😂😂😂

  • Ariana A.
    04/02/2020 16:11

    Wow..thank you for this video..I never knew how much went into making clothes! 😱

  • Saleh D.
    05/29/2019 20:07

    ya malemya malem sa chribtek

  • Ferdie B.
    05/23/2019 10:35

    But metal is heavier than feather

  • Anton S.
    05/14/2019 13:14

    Clean your City First is full of rats

  • လရိပ္
    05/13/2019 17:16

    Love

  • Christopher B.
    05/13/2019 11:30

    Hemp It would be the right choice for a farming nation Grow your own food fuel and clothes from one crop

  • Jane K.
    05/11/2019 07:50

    Repair cafes, what a good idea.

  • Lyla M.
    05/10/2019 02:05

    I buy everything except underwear in thrift shops. & they go back when I'm done with them.

  • Kobirul H.
    05/03/2019 12:17

    W

  • Kobirul H.
    05/03/2019 12:05

    Juju

  • Helen M.
    05/02/2019 23:22

    Most of us do.

  • John C.
    05/02/2019 22:44

    wear animal pelts

  • Lynette F.
    05/02/2019 16:46

    What a novel idea, repair cafes. I like that & wish we had them here in the States. I am so grateful that my mother taught me how to sew, hem, repair tears & holes, as well as replace missing buttons. I have rescued many of my favorite clothes by having these skills. I now try to follow a minimalist lifestyle, purchasing fewer clothes & simplified my wardrobe. It is very freeing to not have too much. Donate, donate, donate 👍

  • Viviane D.
    05/02/2019 13:02

    Why is everyone angry reacting??

  • Patrick D.
    05/02/2019 12:18

    Dress more sustainably? Easy, let’s wear leather.

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