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u/Schiaparelli · 7 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

Ah! Have I got reading recommendations for you!

  • Cheap: The High Cost of Discount Culture has been mentioned a few times in FFA and people generally found it excellent. It isn't fashion-specific, but talks about market pricing practices in general, the psychology of pricing to certain numbers, running discounts/sales and how it's intended to influence consumer behavior, the ethics and worker's rights issues behind cheap goods…
  • Overdressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion is specific to fashion, and it's the book written by the woman interviewed in the NPR segment I linked in the original post! It's really good as a kind of exposé into all the messy and undesirable and unethical and concerning and polluting practices going on behind cheap, disposable fashion, and the dangers of the ethos behind the fast fashion industry.
  • The Reader's Digest Household Hints and Handy Tips is legit the most amazing lifehack-y book ever. All the classic stuff on making your own shampoo, caring for a garden, &c &c &c &c…but! The stuff you're interested in is the super-comprehensive-worth-the-piddly-<$10-USD-price-tag-alone section on how to buy quality garments, caring for different fabrics, how to deal with various kinds of stains…it's amazing. Cannot recommend highly enough.
  • Our beloved /u/SuperStellar wrote a bra care guide for ABTF and is currently working on a general materials/fabric info and care guide for FFA. So hopefully soon we'll have an awesome guide for that on FFA as well!
u/redditex2 · 5 pointsr/RedditForGrownups

It may sound silly, or outdated, but my mother in law gave me a book that really helped me

the thing i most remember is that life is like baloney, you don't have to take all of it at one time, just a slice at a time.

hope it helps.