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Every week, Filippa K Circle invites inspiring people to share their current mindsets. This time editor and journalist Darja Barannik has shared her thoughts.

My state of mind: Always on the run with a smile on my face!

In relation to fashion, I have learned not to: Try being someone I’m not. I’m lucky I’ve found a style that fits me and that makes me feel comfortable and secure about myself.

My best DIY tip for making every day more sustainable: Recycle and give clothes you don’t wear to charity. Also, turn the lights off when you leave the house to save electricity.

My eco-fashion prediction: People will buy less, be more conscious and aware of the damage that mass-production does to both people and the planet. I think we’re heading to a more eco-friendly environment in the fashion industry. We’ll hopefully see a decrease in mass-production, and use our awareness to make a change for the better.

Read the full story here!

Photo borrowed from Darjabarannik.com

 

State of mind is a weekly feature at Filippa K Circle, visit the site to see more.


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