Mansha Pasha Has A Lot To Say About 'Sustainable Fashion'
Mansha Pasha Thinks Sustainable Fashion Is Just A Fancy Word For Desi Fashion!
Mansha Pasha is not one to shy away from speaking her mind and this is one of the many qualities that the actress' fans love about her. The Aangan superstar is again in the thick of things and she has a lot of venting to do on social media regarding the term 'sustainable fashion'.
Mansha is not convinced by the latest trend and she is certainly not impressed by it. The actress, who recently married politician Jibran Nasir, thinks that sustainable fashion is just a fancy word for desi fashion and the two are interchangeable.
Mansha Pasha took to her Twitter and chimed in about how she feels about fashion's latest buzzword. The actress certainly did not hold back as she addressed the issue head-on.
According to the talented actress, sustainable fashion has existed within desi societies and has only become a trend because it has been given a name. She said:
"Sustainable fashion/living: Don’t know why this has become a trend because it’s been given a fancy name."
Sustainable fashion/living:— Mansha Pasha (@manshapasha) October 24, 2020
Dont know why this has become a trend because its been given a fancy name. Its basically what parents in the subcontinent have always taught their children: cheezoin ko zaya mat karo aur kapre ko alag alag occasions par use karo!
"It’s basically what parents in the subcontinent have always taught their children: cheezoin ko zaya mat karo aur kapre ko alag alag occasions par use karo! (Don’t waste things and reuse your clothes on different occasions)."
Mansha went on to say that she and her sisters shared clothes growing up and relayed an anecdote from the sets of one of her drama serials.
"The same was done on the Zindagi Gulzar Hai set to give the true vibe of a desi household. In some scenes I wore Sanam’s clothes, she wore mine or Sana’s."
She concluded her mini-rant by saying:
"In short, desi fashion is sustainable fashion."
We couldn't help but agree more with Mansha here.
Growing up my sisters and i always wore each others clothes multiple times.— Mansha Pasha (@manshapasha) October 24, 2020
The same was done on the Zindagi Gulzar Hai set to give the true vibe of a desi household. Some scenes i wore sanams clothes she wore mine or sana's.
In short, desi fashion is sustainable fashion.
As is the case on Twitter, Mansha had to explain her tweet one last time.
With respect to my last tweet -— Mansha Pasha (@manshapasha) October 26, 2020
Ethical fashion encompasses many things including worker rights, ecological impact of dying fabric, water consumption.
I was speaking of the trend of reusing clothing done in desi households already and is promoted as sustainable fashion online.