The Conscious Closet Is The Revolutionary Guide to Looking Good While Doing Good

In her first book, Overdressed, Elizabeth L Cline became one of the first journalists to shine a light into the horrors that fashion is inflicting upon our planet and other people. 

She even demonstrated how your fashion choices can harm you. 

Now, she’s offering us a way out with her latest work – The Conscious Closet

More A Toolkit Than A Closet

This book brings you a toolkit to achieve your ethical objectives when it comes to your wardrobe. 

Cline begins with teaching us how to cut down on our consumption and clear out space for better products.  And how to profit from this exercise.

This 300-page guide is the commonsense and affordable approach to sustainable and ethical style you’ve been looking for! It’s based on fresh research, interviews, and my own personal experiences getting off the fast fashion treadmill. In it, I reveal how to pare down your closet; swap, resell, or recycle what you don’t love; seek out ethical and sustainable brands; green your laundry routine; learn easy and fun mending techniques; and affordably buy, thrift, or rent the ethical wardrobe of your dreams. Whether your goal is to build an effortless capsule wardrobe, keep up with trends, buy quality, seek out ethical brands, or all of the above, this is the book for you.

Elizabeth L Cline

The Closet Of Your Dreams

Establishing a conscious closet (sometimes also called a capsule wardrobe) is all about connecting with fashion. Understanding where it comes from, the people who make it and the impact that it has.

Then you can make informed decisions that make you feel great, that protect your health and the world around us and that never compromise on your style. 

Vive la revolution! (Join the revolution here)

You can find The Conscious Closet: The Revolutionary Guide to Looking Good While Doing Good by Elizabeth L Cline online.

You can get a copy online here.