Apart from a few things from American Apparel and Uniqlo, oh and a knock-off Balenciaga riding hat from H&M, on the whole, there is a lot to lose from fast fashion.

I love clothes but I don’t have many. I buy a few well-made designer pieces that I know I can wear a lot and not look like I’m wearing the same thing all the time. I mostly buy basics from pseudo vintage stores (more on that later), and try to avoid fast fashion brands. Apart from a few things from American Apparel and Uniqlo, oh and a knock-off Balenciaga riding hat from H&M, on the whole, there is a lot to lose from fast fashion.

1. Everyone looks the same. It’s not the individual clothes I object to, but the individuals who want to look like Lindsey Lohan or packaged reality TV D-listers.

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