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Why You Should Dress Up Every Day In Quarantine

We get it – you may feel no need to dress up since you’re home all day. You don’t have the motivation to put something decent on. And that’s completely fine. Staying home is usually associated with staying in comfy pajamas and tees. But it doesn't have to be.  The pandemic has put our normal lives on pause for a little bit, and while there’s a lot of uncertainty right now, you can still try to maintain your old routine. Whether you’re working from home, studying online, or taking this time as an opportunity to rest and cover, dressing up each day is still so important. Here are a few reasons why: STAYING MOTIVATED Lounging around in sweats is great and...

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How To Plant Our Seed Tags

Our tags are 100% eco-friendly. They are either plantable, recycled, up-cycled, or reusable.  Here's how you can plant your Coral Doe seed tags: 1. Remove the jute attachment from your seed tag Don't throw the jute attachment away! It can be used in place of rubber bands to tie up packages at home that need to be held together. But if you do throw it away, there's nothing to worry about - jute is biodegradable!  2. Soak your seed tag overnight in a bowl of water  This allows the seeds to germinate. 3. Fill a plant pot with compost, place your soaked tag in it and cover it with more compost (1 cm deep).  Make sure you use a generous...

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The Impact Of Fashion

Your favorite pair of jeans is destroying the environment. Did you know how harmful it is for the environment when a single item of clothing is manufactured? Making fabric uses tones of water, energy, and chemicals. It also releases a lot of toxic waste into the oceans.

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How To Get The 1980's Look

Fashion in the 1980s was bright, bold and loud. Chunky jewelry, shoulder pads, bright colors, parachute pants and big hair were a norm. Back then, fashion was all about materialistic values and a way to flaunt wealth. People spent lots of money to buy designer labels. There were no cell phones or the internet. TV channels were few and far between in those days, and watching a movie was a luxury not granted to everyone. Because of this, magazines and advertisements were the regular person's main source of fashion inspiration. This gave celebrities and clothing brands significant influence over the fashion scene, unlike today where there are fashion blogs, influencers, fashion startups and even regular people setting trends. For quite...

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