The Fashion Fix

Ivoluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the author. All views expressed are only my honest opinion.

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The Fashion Fix: Activities and ideas for a stylish and sustainable wardrobe
If you love fashion, this activity book will help you create a wardrobe which reflects your personal style AND is mindful of the impact the fashion industry has on the environment and human welfare.
• Learn the shocking facts about fashion
• Make better choices when shopping
• Develop your own unique style
• Get creative with friends and family
• Discover fun ways to upstyle and upcycle your wardrobe
• Be crafty with recycling garments and fabrics

“Beautifully designed and bursting with ideas to help you get creative, The Fashion Fix is a smart, savvy and practical guide that will inspire you to dress more sustainably without sacrificing your personal style. It’s packed with important facts but never feels depressing or preachy – instead it shows you how joyful it is to set yourself free from fast fashion and build a wardrobe that’s uniquely yours, without costing the earth. I wish I’d had it when I was growing up! But it’s still taught me a thing or two now.” Lauren Bravo, author of How to break up with fast fashion
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Author Bio –
Lexi Rees was born in Scotland but now lives down south where she’s slave to carrot obsessed gelding, a frisky mare, a dog who’s convinced he’s not been fed in a month, and a house of hungry boys.

She writes action-packed adventures and fun activity books for children. She’s passionate about reducing her footprint on the planet and becoming more self-sufficient.

She has an active programme of school visits and other events, is a Book PenPal for three primary schools, and runs a free online #kidsclub and newsletter which includes book recommendations and creative writing activities.

My Review

Many times in my life I’ve been a person who has bought clothes that I didn’t even like, but needed something to wear to an event. From age 23-35 I was pregnant or trying to get rid of the pregnancy weight. With my weight going up and down like a roller coaster, so did my clothing size. Being a SAHM meant that I wasn’t dressing up everyday.

Even though my sizes aren’t stable today, at least I have kept different sizes to have when I need them. I say all this to introduce the concept the author is teaching…..sustainable and suStylability wardrobe.

She teaches about the shameful way some clothes are created and the chemicals involved. The reader will learn about what each type of fabric is made of and what you will be putting on your body. Because humans are putting tons of clothes in landfills, the author teaches us how to make a sustainable wardrobe. It’s better to have fewer classic pieces that we love and that can be worn in different ways.

If shoppers go to thrift stores and buy gently used items we can keep so many things from being thrown away. This book is really great because it’s not just words. There are activity pages of all types. The author knows how to teach by using all kinds of decorative graphs. Artwork includes modern fashion graphics in bold colors.

She offers many crafts and upcycling tips. She even offers the reader the information needed to help them know what “Season” they are. It’s a wonderful book. Although it seems directed to tweens and teens, I learned a great deal from this activity book and plan to implement many of the ideas I’ve read there.

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