A close-knit family is more than just spending time together; it's about collectively participating in activities that show care for the environment. The family of Nisa Natasya is a perfect example, understanding the necessity of environmental conservation and the significant impact of fashion waste on the environment.
Their weekends usually involve family outings, exploring outdoor parks or trying new restaurants. However, they also value quality time at home, often spending evenings reading books and storytelling, fostering a harmonious family bond.
A memorable family trip was to Japan when their child, Sagara, was only 8 months old. Despite the challenges of traveling with a toddler, they did extensive research and remained flexible throughout the trip, prioritizing Sagara's comfort. The trip was tiring yet exciting and memorable, involving a lot of walking, subway commutes, and carrying baby gear.
They are fans of the Wiji pattern from Sejauh Mata Memandang due to its classic, simple yet modern and has a classic appeal. They find it versatile, able to blend with other patterns or plain textiles, and wearable on multiple occasions without seeming repetitive.
Aware of the environmental damage caused by fashion waste, they opt for second-hand or slow-fashion items. They prefer sustainable fashion items, made from easily recycled or fashion waste textiles, and those with a timeless appeal. They also manage baby clothes waste by reusing or donating most of their child's clothes, and repurposing some into rags. Additionally, they actively reduce single-use plastic waste, opting not to use plastic bags when shopping, and always bringing their own reusable shopping bags.