Let’s learn how to develop a sustainable wardrobe that is clear of clutter, but full of useful and beloved items that are better for the environment!
Whether you’re an avid thrifter or someone who hates shopping, having a wardrobe that is clear of clutter and easy to maintain makes our lives so much easier. It means that we know what’s in our wardrobes and can make the most of those garments. Even understanding washing instructions can impact how much wear and joy we get from our clothes.
Learn what to declutter, how to shop smarter and ways to reduce your eco-footprint when it comes to fashion. Whether you want to save money or just have a clearer wardrobe, this workshop can help you achieve your wardrobe goals
What will we cover?
In this workshop, Jenna will show you tips and techniques to compile a user-friendly wardrobe in a sustainable way. Together you will explore how to:
- Compose a wardrobe that works for your lifestyle
- Fight the shopping urge
- Pick up tricks to help you declutter efficiently
- Buy better and smarter
- Find shopping alternatives such as renting and clothes swaps
- Get started now!
- Closed Captions
- Discounted Early Bird Tickets
- Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
- Auslan Interpreted Upon Request
Who will be teaching?
Jenna (she/her) is a slow fashion stylist whose main focus is educating people on issues that surround fast fashion. She advocates for sustainable alternatives such as pre-loved, vintage and clothing made with sustainable practices.
Jenna has a Masters Certificate in Professional Styling from Australian Style Institute. She also currently writes sustainable fashion articles for Australian Style Institute and Cocktail Revolution. On the weekend you’ll see her working at the Brunswick location of Mutual Muse. You can see more of Jenna’s styling work at Ironic Minimalist.
Any other questions or ways we can assist with accessibility? Just email delsi (she/her) at email@example.com