Being zero waste in the fashion industry is hard. It requires brands to rethink their production processes, to choose sustainably sourced materials and to make choices within the limits of our geographical and industry resources. It’s not mission impossible, but it sure does pose many challenges. Not only do the items need to be packaged eco-consciously, either for merchandizing, shipping or retail, but the cutting and production process itself is a huge challenge.
How does your wardrobe make you feel? Is it cluttered and overwhelming? Do you find yourself uninspired by your clothes or mentally exhausted when trying to decide what to pack? If this sounds like you, then a capsule wardrobe may help simplify your life! In this post, I walk you through the concept of a capsule wardrobe and its many benefits.
The clothes we choose to wear are a form of self-expression and a source of comfort as we go about our daily routine and milestone moments in our lives. But what if we could do more with our wardrobe—for the planet and for our communities—simply by being intentional in our choices
Traveling light can be a challenge, but it definitely has its perks! Taking a trip with only a carry-on or a backpack saves you airline luggage check-in fees and allows you to keep your bag in sight at all times. Plus, you’ll save time packing, unpacking and deciding what to wear, so you can spend your precious vacation time on things that really matter! But how to fit a whole trip’s worth of clothes and accessories into one carry-on bag?
Some people think Clothes & Roads is a big company. Every once in a while, I get emails like, “May I speak to your marketing person” or “to the head of HR” or “to the department in charge of your website”. Humm, those are all me. I guess that’s part of being a solopreneur.
I gave things a lot of thought at the start of this year. If the past few years have taught me anything, it’s that adapting is key, both professionally and personally. One of the biggest challenges for my company Clothes & Roads is inventory management.
I’ve always believed that choosing versatile apparel is a way of consuming responsibly. By ensuring that clothing is versatile and adaptable to a range of situations, we not only meet our needs, but we maximize our clothes’ use to eliminate unnecessary expenses. A versatile wardrobe is both more economical and ecological!
A bunch of new arrivals have landed in the shop as part of the Fall & Winter 2022 collection. In this post, I walk you through our newest and comfiest clothing items that are sure to keep you cozy on chilly days!
What could be more essential than underwear? After all, it's the first piece of clothing we put on before everything else. As comfort is a matter of personal taste, here are 5 different types of underwear for women, each of them made in Quebec.