Guide to Promoting Slow Fashion

In this Slow Fashion guide, you’ll discover practical tools and tips that lay the foundation for a mindset shift, offering a more conscious approach. Learn how to embrace a style that not only reflects your personality but also embraces sustainability, allowing you to contribute beyond trends and positively impact our planet.

¡Because now we can dress with purpose and style!

Clear Answers for Your New Style

We provide clear answers to potential questions your friends might ask as they adapt to your new style. Keep in mind that the purpose of initiating this change is not to impose your mindset on anyone. Remember to maintain balance; we encourage you to share with those interested while respecting their tastes and consumption habits.

5 Tips for Building Your Eco-Friendly Style

Where do I begin?

1. Choose Conscious Brands

Be very selective with your purchases, not only with clothing but also with accessories and complements (bags, hats, and shoes). You'll train yourself gradually, but keep in mind the quality, materials, where your garments or accessories are made, who makes them, and most importantly, consider the purpose they represent.

2. Start with basic pieces.

Simplify things by combining basic garments with each other and integrating them with what you already have. Streamline your process, practice! Only through trial can you discover how they complement each other best.

3. Mix and match with different accessories.

Experiment by adding neutral colors to your outfits and injecting a pop of color with vibrant or contrasting accessories, footwear, and complements. Picture, for instance, an all-black ensemble elevated by a striking red bag and shoes. Combining neutral tones with bolder elements not only adds elegance but also allows specific details to stand out, creating a visually appealing balance in your style.

4. Try different occasions for wear.

Make the most of the versatility of basic garments, adapting them to both your daily routine and special events. Footwear plays a crucial role: go for sneakers for informal or casual occasions, while heels, loafers, or oxfords paired with structured bags can transform your look for more formal events. The key lies in how you complement each choice.

5. Care and repair.

To be eco-friendly, you should know how to keep your garments looking new and repair them when necessary. Check the washing instructions for each garment, fix them if they've lost a button over time, transform them for a second life, or donate them. Extend their lifespan as much as possible.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Remember that building an eco-friendly style is not about making drastic changes overnight but taking small, sustainable steps that fit into your life. Start with what you already have and experiment with new pieces gradually.
¡Diviértete explorando y siente la satisfacción de tus elecciones más conscientes!

Because contributing to the planet doesn't mean sacrificing your style.

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Identify eco-friendly fabrics

Here are 3 options of fabrics made from natural and eco-friendly fibers that can guide you and be very helpful when choosing your future, more conscious garments



It is a lightweight and breathable fabric with an open weave, derived from the flax plant. Its texture is cool, and it often has a slightly wrinkled appearance that gives it a casual charm. Due to its absorbent nature, it is ideal for warm climates, providing comfort and elegance with its natural look.



It is a tighter, breathable, and versatile fabric; cotton is a soft natural fiber obtained from the cotton plant. Its features include comfort against the skin, moisture absorption capability, durability, wear resistance, and easy care. Additionally, it easily adapts to various weather conditions.



Hemp fabric is durable, breathable, and eco-friendly, made from the fibers of the hemp plant. Its weave is open and slightly rough to the touch but softens over time. Known for its durability, it's a sustainable and versatile choice for clothing.

Helpful resources

We’re sharing three comprehensive documentaries easily found online, offering a broader view of the truth behind our excessive consumption. Even if we don’t witness the impacts directly, others are experiencing and taking action to counteract them. We encourage you to watch these documentaries because we want you to be part of those making a difference!

Also, visit our blog regularly for sustainable fashion tips, believing you can stay true to your style more consciously.

The‌ ‌True‌ ‌Cost‌

Es a documentary that explores the environmental and social implications of the fast fashion industry, highlighting the negative impacts in terms of sustainability and working conditions. It reveals the truth behind the production of affordable clothing and its impact on the world.


"Minimalism" from Netflix addresses the minimalist lifestyle, exploring how living with less can lead to greater happiness and fulfillment. The documentary follows individuals who have embraced this approach, highlighting the benefits and challenges of simplifying their lives.

River Blue

Es a documentary that sheds light on river pollution caused by the fashion industry. It examines the environmental impacts of garment production and emphasizes the need for sustainable changes in the industry to preserve water resources.

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