How Sustainable Is Your Wardrobe? Vegan Fashion Expert Shares Advice


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Trying to be a conscious consumer? Love fashion but don’t want to harm the environment? Vegan fashion expert Stephanie van den Sigtenhorst may be able to help you.

Sigtenhorst, known as Lets Talk Slow on Instagram, shares ‘the basics to a fair and sustainable style’ in her e-book A Sustainable Wardrobe, which is featured in the big vegan bundle.

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Visiting the fashion trade shows in Berlin is always super inspiring. I try to go there every season to check out what all the sustainable brands are doing. What some of you may not know is that I used to work for a sustainable fashion label and used to be on the trade show for this brand. That’s exactly where and when my conscious journey started, so it’s always good to be back and get a little reminder of why I started doing what I do. It’s so motivating to meet likeminded people and brands at such a beautiful location, I’m all excited again. Will share more with you very soon! ? #neonyt #neonytberlin #neonyt2020 #berlinfashionweek2020 #sustainablebrands #sustainablestyle #fairfashion #ecofashion

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Vegan bundle

The curated collection, which features 90 online e-books/classes would retail separately for $1,926.94 USD.

However, PBN is offering a huge 97 percent discount – costing just $50 USD for the full bundle (just over 30 pounds for people in the UK).

Vegan e-books

The books include a range of vegan guides, lifestyle guides, recipe ebooks, workout routines, and zero-waste inspiration and more.

Other topics covered include raising plant-based babies, plant-based weddings, plant-based dogs, vegan bodybuilding, overcoming emotional eating, DIY beauty, and sustainable fashion among others.

Authors of the e-books include Madeleine Shaw, Caroline Deisler, Zanna Van Dijk, Naturally Nina, and That Vegan Couple as well as many more.

You can learn more about the vegan bundle here

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