No polluted rivers full of chemical paint residues.
No noisy, smoking weaving machines.
No mass production that ends up in a landfill in Africa.
But fields of plants, trees and flowers with dyes for our yarn.
And smiling ladies behind the loom.
This is your direct aid to these rural residents who continue their age-old tradition.
That is a sustainable scarf from TheHappyScarf.
It is made in a way that protects the environment and burdens as little as possible. |
It is a scarf that you can enjoy for years to come.
- The visible change of the climate
- the loss of biodiversity
- environmental degradation
- the biogeochemical flows of nitrogen and phosphorus and
- the pollution
This means sustainability gets more attention.
Unlike the items made by fast fashion retailers, sustainable fashion is made in a way that protects the environment and preserves it for future generations.
It is a long-term goal that is not just limited to the environment.
There is also a social and economic aspect to it.
Damage to our economy, society and environment
Sustainable living has consequences for:
- Environmental quality
- clean Air
- enough natural resources and
- a non-toxic environment
- enough energy
- water and
So there is more appreciation and recognition for a more responsible way of producing.
Even major fashion brands are following the trend and are slowly switching to sustainable methods.
As a result, higher-quality clothing is back in the shops.
Conscious consumers throw away less
Choosing sustainable clothing changes the way consumers respond to fashion and marketing.
Conscious and sustainable buying means that less is thrown away.
Because appreciation for something that was made with human hands and love also ensures longer enjoyment of the article.
For example, environmentally friendly fabrics often last for years longer.
They are therefore less likely to be thrown away, resulting in a smaller waste mountain.
Environmentally friendly with a sustainable scarf
We are happy that we can contribute.
Weaving is a tradition in Thailand that can still be found in rural areas.
The old techniques of dyeing and weaving are passed on from mother to daughter.
For example, almost all our scarves are colored with paint that comes directly from nature and are woven by hand.
By buying a sustainable scarf from TheHappyScarf, you ensure that this craft continues to exist.
You also take care of the weaver who can use the extra income.
To wear for a long time and with pleasure
You don’t just throw this scarf away after a season.
It’s not just timeless.
The care and attention that has been paid to it is reflected when you look at it up close.
It ensures that you do not get bored of the fine details and that you continue to wear it for a long time and with pleasure.
Sea: Documentary ‘The textile mountain – the hidden burden of our fashion waste’