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P2,021 for 2021: Hindy Weber’s sustainable apparel line goes on sale

P2,021 for 2021: Hindy Weber’s sustainable apparel line goes on sale

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  • Clothes from Hindy Weber Every.Day are made using natural, organic, raw and compostable or biodegradable materials
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If you made an oath to finally, finally stop buying from fast fashion brands this 2021, we’ve got great news for you: Filipino designer Hindy Weber is holding a major stock sale as a way to cut clean and detox while supporting the local sewing and textile industry this 2021. She announced this great news online, noting that all pieces under her apparel brand Hindy Weber Every.Day—and yes, she means “every single one”—will be available for P2,021 only. 

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“Everything in stock was made with the projection of a “normal” year, but 2020 turned out to be anything but. We also acknowledge that the year has not only been difficult for us in the retail, food or service industries, but also for you in your respective fields,” wrote Weber. 

With “seed to style” as one of its trademarks, Hindy Weber Every.Day features clothing made using natural, organic, raw and compostable or biodegradable materials. The brand carries the promise of being an “antidote to fast fashion” by providing a more sustainable option for those seeking ready-to-wear clothes.

Since it’s a stock sale, sizes of available clothing are limited. Weber also wrote that they will not be accepting alterations and customizations in the meantime. Reservations will not be allowed as well, so better click “check out” fast.

Hindy Weber Every.Day will be holding its stock sale online through its official website and Instagram page. Shipping is available nationwide and worldwide, and you can pay for orders via Unionbank, BDO, BPI and Gcash. Products from the apparel brand are also available offline through its store located at the R2 level in Power Plant Mall, but only until the end of January. 

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