Yesterday, under one of the Facebook posts of a known network, a discussion began about the low quality of products that the network offers. I am very happy about the growing awareness of consumers about textiles, because when I wrote on the blog about this, how to buy clothes so you don't lose money I got a lot of negative messages (as long as the comments were positive, hate broke out on priv). The main argument of people who reacted negatively to my article was the lack of money for good quality clothes. And if you think about the amount of clothes someone buys a year and convert it to good quality clothes - I suspect that the bill would not be as attractive.
In the summer I prefer silk, linen (I recommend a linen suit), cotton, but also viscose, which, contrary to some people's opinions, is NATURAL. Viscose is made of cellulose. It is cheaper than silk, and has similar properties to this noble fabric.
A lot of people wear polyester clothes (do a review in the wardrobe and check how many of your dresses are made of this material), and it's nothing but plastic. Polyester is not only bad for your body, but also for the Earth, which is sinking from pollution. It makes you think, right? I hope that next time when shopping for clothes, you will look at the label and consciously throw into your basket something that is made of natural fabric.