Sustainable Fashion Guides

ZERRIN’s sustainable fashion guides section makes understanding ethical fashion less complicated. From explainers on trends and terms to shopping recommendations, you can find what you need in our handy sustainable fashion guides section!

8 simple fashion resolutions for a more sustainable wardrobe

Some top tips for a healthier planet and a better-curated closet 

Listen and learn: Top sustainable fashion podcasts

Keen to learn more about sustainable and ethical fashion, business and ethics in 2022? Here’s a list of our favourite podcasts out there to inform and inspire.

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Thrift stores in Singapore for your next secondhand steal

Thrift shopping has grown immensely in global popularity, and even has Singapore hooked. In a…

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Where to buy and sell second hand fashion online

Discover this handy list of online marketplaces and apps with products ranging from vintage to luxury to kids fashion to help you begin your second hand fashion journey.

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Rewear on repeat with these 5 digital wardrobe apps

Would getting dressed in the morning be easier if you had everything you own in the palm of your hand? These digital wardrobe apps help you declutter, digitise and do just that.

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A non-minimalist guide to building a capsule wardrobe

45 outfits from 13 pieces? We did it, and you can do it too! And yes, even if you’re not a minimalist with a monochrome wardrobe.

Greenwashing is a common tactic fast fashion brands such as H&M use to appear more sustainable than they are
How to spot greenwashing in fashion

Greenwashing in fashion is a complete minefield, especially if you’re new to the sustainability space. Read on to discover more about the phenomenon and how to spot it.

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‘Seas the day’ in these sustainable swimwear brands

Swimwear is one of the hardest garments to produce in a greener way but luckily, thanks to innovations in the textile industry, more and more eco-conscious options are becoming available.

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Peep this: stylish and sustainable sunglasses brands

Combining ethics and aesthetics, these eyewear brands use earth-friendly materials like cork, bamboo and bio-acetate as an alternative to plastic.

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How can we fix fashion waste and solve throwaway culture?

News flash: There’s an alarming amount of fashion waste pilling on in landfills, incinerated or…