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Taking it Slow - The Issues with Fast Fashion

If you follow any news or blogs about fashion, you've probably heard of the term "fast fashion." You probably also know that there are a lot of people against this trend. But why exactly is it a big deal? Why are people so upset over it? And what does it mean for cute rave outfits? Let's find out!

What is Fast Fashion?

Fast fashion is a paradigm endemic across much of the fashion industry. It is the move towards making cheap and disposable clothing - though not always for low prices! The reasons for this are twofold. Firstly, making fashion cheap and disposable means that corporations can produce cheaply but hook their customers on needing to replace their clothes constantly.

Secondly, fast fashion is enabled by a fashion industry that is always searching for the "next big thing" and tossing out trends at a breakneck pace. In a fast fashion industry, your clothes go out of style as soon as they begin to wear out - which isn't very long at all. Trends tend to come and go at hyperspeed, with "micro" collections arriving and vanishing seemingly overnight. 

What's The Problem With Fast Fashion? 

One of the major issues with the fast fashion model is its substantial environmental impact. Since tons of clothes are simply worn and thrown away, there is a ton of waste created. However, it's not landfills where the worst damage of fast fashion is done - rather, it's the world's water sources. 

Clothing factories are also huge consumers of water, both as a way to dye the clothes and to grow the cotton needed to make the clothes. Worse, many clothing factories are significant polluters of the waters in the areas where they are built. 

The chemicals used in creating these clothes mean that when they are thrown out, they can become significant hazards to the environment. In particular, many synthetic fibers or dyes can break down into harmful components that poison the area where the clothes are dumped. 

Clothing factories can also be massive producers of greenhouse gasses. In fact, the fashion industry is one of the largest polluting industries in the entire world! Not only is a ton of pollution generated in creating these fashion articles, but plenty is also created from having to transport them from where they are created (generally the country that can make it cheapest) to across the globe.

Fast fashion can often have a disastrous effect on the people who make the clothes. The need for a constant outpouring of new clothing lines encourages the abuse of workers in the factories. What matters most in fast fashion is getting out as many new pieces as fast as possible. In many parts of the world, the garment creation is outsourced to third world countries. In many of these cases the primary workers at clothing factories are children, who work low hours for poor pay. 

How Freedom Rave Wears Fights Fast Fashion

At Freedom Rave Wear, we don't believe that getting a cute rave outfit is worth hurting the planet or fashion workers. We design our sexy rave outfits to last, making many of them out of a majority of recyclable materials. This helps cut down on waste and on the impact each garment has on the environment.

We're also proud to make everything in the United States, right here in San Diego. We use cutting-edge materials and production techniques to make sure that we minimize both waste and harmful chemicals in all of our products.

So if you're looking for the best in environmentally sustainable cute rave outfits, then look no further. Make sure to check out our shop for our latest arrivals, as well our unique collections of rave clothes in plus size

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