In this episode of The Balanced Educator Podcast, we interview Jess Sternberg about mindful fashion and her company Free Label that creates thoughtful yet elevated basics ethically in Canada with sustainable fabrics.
While working in the fashion industry, Jess learned a lot about the problems that exist in the industry and was inspired to create comfortable clothing that was ethically made in a sustainable way.
We chat about how we shopped in the past versus how we shop now and give ideas on how to build a mindful wardrobe in a way that works for you.
Jess talks about how she infuses her workday with mindfulness which helps her to enjoy her days more fully and how she isn’t an extremist in any of her practices but rather finds a balance that feels good for her.
In this episode, Jess mentions the following documentaries on the fashion industry:
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Check out Free Label at https://freelabel.com/
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