You are What you Wear

You are What you Wear

In a world that often preaches, "You are what you eat," there's a parallel truth lingering in the very fabric of our existence – "You are what you wear." It's not just about style; it's about the intricate tapestry of energy woven into the clothes that drape our bodies.

Consider this: every garment you put on has a story to tell, a journey that started long before it adorned your frame. Whether it's the soft caress of cotton or the sturdy embrace of linen, the threads that intertwine to form your favorite outfit carry the energy of countless hands and hearts.

If your garment boasts natural fibers, imagine the journey from the hands of those who cultivated the cotton to those who skillfully sewed it together. It's a chain reaction of energy, a fusion of stories that become a part of the very essence of what you wear.

Now, let's talk about the elephant in the room – fast fashion. In a society that leans heavily towards disposability, the garments hanging in our closets often carry a darker energy. Picture the person in a distant land, toiling away for a mere dollar a day, under conditions that even farm animals might find unbearable. That's the cost of fast fashion, and it goes beyond the price tag.

When you slip into that hastily produced garment, you're not just wearing a piece of cloth; you're carrying the weight of exploited labor, of lives lived in the shadows of a ruthless industry. The energy embedded in fast fashion is not one of pride or craftsmanship; it's a silent scream, a plea for change echoing from the seams.

What does this mean for you, the wearer? The energy imprinted on your chosen attire has the power to influence you in ways you might not even realize. It's a silent dialogue between the fabric and your being, a dance of energies that intertwine seamlessly. The garment becomes a vessel, transmitting whispers of the past – the laughter of those who crafted it with care or the silent cries of those who suffered for the sake of cheap trends.

So, the next time you slide into your favorite outfit, take a moment to consider the journey it embarked upon before becoming an extension of your identity. Ask yourself if you're comfortable carrying the stories, the energies, and the weight of your choices. After all, being conscious of what you wear is not just a matter of style; it's a declaration of the kind of energy you want to resonate with and the stories you want to tell through the language of your clothing.

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Hi I am Joanne Litz Cofounder of Steel Pony.
I graduated in Textile Design from, the Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science. Worked in the "Industry" as a design director before starting Steel Pony. A company focused on slow sustainable fashion over 30 years ago
I love Creative Fashion, Art, and Energy Healing. My mission is to help women find their inner goddess and shine from the inside out.