6 Reasons to Stop Buying Mass-Market Clothes

A study conducted by Patatam, a sustainable French fashion brand, found that every fifth woman living in Great Britain feels guilty while buying new clothes and 64% of the respondents have claimed that they’re ready to buy second-hand items. It seems that second-hand stores have become more and more popular today. “Fast fashion” is a phenomenon that has had a great impact on this. There are tons of stores like Zara, H&M, and Topshop, where the clothes they sell are cheap, nice, and are meant to be worn for just one season. But are these clothes as good as manufacturers say they are?