Maybe it's time for durable fashion?posted February 25th, 2020 at 8:14 PM I can't stand the wasteful disposable clothing that costs nothing and disintegrates after washing it once. I'd rather buy less clothes and have it last longer than take part in fast-food-esque fashion. Show 5 Comments 5 Comments Post a Comment BuyFeb 25, 2020 at 10:46pman expensive brand. They are well made and last forever. I wear my one or two same things all the time. Learn something everydayFeb 26, 2020 at 12:34amThere are clothes that disintegrate after 1 wash???I knew about edinle panties, but that's too much!We're living in times where we need to go back to building stuff that lasts! ...and reusing, repurposing, and just in-general reducing. It's out thereFeb 26, 2020 at 9:26amBut most often, it's the really expensive stuff. What?Feb 26, 2020 at 11:43amDisintegrates after one washing?Are you buying clothes made out of paper?Here's a thought: if you want better clothes, pay more for them. And shoes...!Feb 26, 2020 at 3:31pmI've had shoes where walking in the rain dissolved the glue holding them together....I now spend a bit more and live (outside of work, anyway) in a pair of Blundstones that I love. At work, I wear a pair of expensive dress boots that are comfy and well-made. Much better to just pay $250 for a pair of boots that will last a long time than to pay $125 twice for footwear that falls apart.Also - check the fabrics for durability when purchasing. I refuse to buy jeans made of thin fabric.And if you're crafty (and willing to try), you can make your own stuff, too - knitting/crocheting/sewing. Bonus: then it's totally unique and nobody else is wearing what you've got on! Join the Discussion Your name Comment * your name What's your name?