Days 2 & 3 and some maths

Although I was always pretty hopeless in maths, I made some calculations and with 6  different items (two bottoms, two tops, two cardis) I can have 8 different combinations of 3 elements which gives me a week of decent outfits. And this without accessories that will come later. Maybe it’s just the beginner’s enthusiasm, but I’m actually thinking of reducing seriously my wardrobe after the challenge.

Day 2:

Day 3: For some more maths, if you like it, I recommend reading some of Clean Clothes Campaign or Labour Behind the Label publications. The calculations is very simple – if I buy an item of clothing for less than £20, it means that someone else paid for it already.

And if you’d like to support those who really pay for our clothes, you can do it here.

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