Less paper waste from shirts, please

I bought this shirt the other day, and I just decided to put it in the laundry today when I noticed all the tags hanging from it. HerBench just printed the size and some details on the shirt itself, but there’s still a sticker there bearing the size number as well. The other tags contain the price, and a proud proclamation of the material used in manufacturing the shirt. I know they’re just small bits of paper and all, but with the number of shirts manufactured by the company, even those pieces of paper add up, and to think that not everyone even pays attention to what the labels say. I wonder if there’s a more eco-friendly option to displaying information about an item of clothing. Perhaps just one tag made of recycled paper and which contains everything, from the size, information on the materials, washing instructions, and the price?

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