This week is Fashion Revolution Week and to celebrate, we are exploring the ways YOU can make an impact on the environment starting with what you wear.

Sometimes it’s as simple as the design behind the creation. Aside from buying pre-sales that are made on-demand, garments that are designed by brands with multiple ways to wear mean that you get more out of the pieces you buy by giving you more opportunities to style.

One top, 4 ways to wear it.

For example, recently on the first episode of Project Runway Season 17, Designer Tessa Clark won with an elegant Apron-inspired top. But don’t let the aesthetic simplicity fool you, this piece is versatile for styling across seasons and situations.

Original Tessa Clark Apron Top look from Episode 1
Tessa Clark's Apron Top with off-shoulder shirt and white pants
Tessa Clark’s Apron Top with off-shoulder shirt and white pants
Tessa Clark's Apron Top with black long sleeve and jeans
Tessa Clark’s Apron Top with black long sleeve shirt and jeans
Tessa Clark's Apron Top with white button up belted
Tessa Clark’s Apron Top with white button up belted

Shop all the Nineteenth Amendment garments with ‘many ways to wear’ now!