Mindful Mending: Where To Rescue Your Pre-Loved Items - Clothes Doctor

Mindful Mending: Where To Rescue Your Pre-Loved Items

This week we were featured by Crunchy Tales in their article on mindful mending. 
"Not so long ago, people used to learn basic sewing skills in order to repair and make their clothes last as long as possible. As a modern society, though, we have become less inclined to make do and mend because the advent of fast fashion has made clothes so affordable that there is no incentive to repair them..."
But a little snag in our shirt doesn’t mean we need to ditch our go-to button-down just yet. By taking a few moments to mend an article of clothing and giving it a second life, we can not only preserve our pre-loved items but also help keep textiles out of our landfills."
Our mending services were featured as part of the article. Click here to read the full piece.


Want to start your mending & repair tools collection? Grab yourself our Darning Needle Setwhich includes a collection of the essential needles that you'll need to darn holes in all types of fabric, plus a simple guide so you can get darning with confidence. 
Got a repair job that's getting out of hand? Our seamstresses will sort you out. Here's how the Clothes Doctor repair services work...
1. Get a quote. Browse through our repair service to see our prices for an array of repairs or alterations, and let us know what you need by requesting a quote from our team.
2. Send your items for repair. Join the movement and prevent your clothing from ending up in landfill. If you're UK-based, just pop your garments in a jiffy bag and self ship to our team, or choose to get a CollectPlus label. We'll take good care of them!
3. We'll deliver. 7-10 days later, your revived clothes will be delivered to the comfort of your home. Congrats! You've just joined the Clothes Doctor revolution to embrace a more sustainable wardrobe.
Shop the whole Clothes Doctor range to become a clothing care pro in not time!
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