Why are you wearing clothes?

The reason people are wearing clothes is because they’re there to show they care about people and their wellbeing.

And if we all did the same we would all be happier.

The clothes we wear are also designed to make people feel special, they are designed to show we care about each other.

We wear them because we want to be seen as human and to be accepted by others.

If we are all just as human, and if we care equally about the environment and people, the planet and ourselves, then we would live a happier, healthier, more compassionate life.

It’s about the power of being a human being, not just a product, and about standing up for our own rights and those of others.

But in this day and age, a little bit of dressing up and a little more dressing down isn’t going to make a difference.

It may make a person feel more comfortable, but that’s about it.

If the fashion industry really cares about the planet, they would be looking for solutions that are more sustainable, more humane, that do not involve chemicals, that don’t require our bodies to be used in this fashion industry.

In fact, the best solutions are ones that are not made of synthetic materials, and ones that do what they say they are going to do.

It would be like wearing a T-shirt with a heart on it, and saying: ‘I wear the heart of this shirt because I care about the Earth, I want people to see that I care, and I want them to know that they can be proud of who they are and what they are made of.’

You can help, and you can help make a change, by wearing clothes that show you care, not because of a superficial superficial aesthetic.

If you think you can, wear a shirt with a big heart and say to yourself: ‘This is what I want to wear.

This is what is going to show me I care.

This shirt is going into the landfill, so I’m not going to wear it anymore.’

If you can’t do that, then do something else.

Donate a pair of shoes to a local charity, give them to a child who needs them, or give a small donation to a worthy cause.

And when you buy a shirt, don’t just buy it for the sake of it.

It should be about showing you care and being proud of yourself.

Don’t make a fashion statement, just a statement of values.

Let’s start a conversation.

It takes time to get a conversation going, and it can take a while to change the minds of people, but we can do this.

What are you waiting for?

Get dressed, wear clothes, and make a big difference for the world!