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    Half my clothes went when I retired.

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    I have read a lot about the problem of fast-fashion related pollution and it's really changed my attitudes about clothes. I take much better care of them than I used to, mend and alter instead of discarding or donating, and buy thrift shop clothes for outerwear (I still buy new for socks and undergarments, though). While I'm still very much aware of the non-verbal communication expressed by "attire," I'm far more mindful than I used to be. I'm less interested in "is this a bargain," and more in "how versatile is this garment, and how long am I likely to make it last?" I'm glad the word is circulating about this issue.

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