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International Journal of Home Science

2019, VOL. 5 ISSUE 2, PART B

A study to assess the perception of people towards Green wardrobe

Author(s): Sonu Rani and Alka Goel
Abstract:
Green wardrobe is a term which includes both garment and accessories, it was about, how to save resources, produce less waste and ultimately save the planet. The products of green wardrobe also claimed to be ethically constructed and included certain criteria's such as fair trade, use of natural colours, no child labour, less use of water, is reusable, no dry cleaning required and should be easily available at reasonable rates in market. Finally the creation of green wardrobe should directly or indirectly benefit the status of the people working behind it. The survey was done on awareness regarding green wardrobe. The data revealed that most of the respondents were not aware of green wardrobe term. Majority of the respondents give their discarded cloth to the needy person. Due to fast fashion most of the people purchase their clothing monthly or quarterly and rapidly discarded it. So, there is need to utilize the textile materials which are eco-friendly and limits the number of garments, shoes and accessories in their wardrobe as per need of wearer. Thus ultimately it will lead to less number of discarded clothes and other items and create less pollution. Hence prove effective in protecting our earth from pollution load.
Pages: 78-80  |  31 Views  18 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sonu Rani and Alka Goel. A study to assess the perception of people towards Green wardrobe. International Journal of Home Science. 2019; 5(2): 78-80.
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