I love all of it. As own my journey progresses, I realize that one of the main components, and maybe the main component, of a good wardrobe addition is that I can see myself really wearing a piece for a really long time.
This means that this judgement is one of my most important measures of the fairness of a piece. When I can choose an object that I can see myself wearing really wearing over + over + over again in my daily life...that I can see being durable enough to earn some fading a patching...that I can truly see myself loving just as much or more with this fading + these patches...that I can imagine wearing through the next few decades of trends...this is a true measure of fair fashion. Because the cotton or linen or wool that was grown (or recycled) will not need to be regrown for a replacement piece...because the soil + the water will not need to be spent in its cultivation...because more pesticides + dyes will not be used...because my discarded piece will not need to be shipped around the globe replacing the economy of clothing makers there...because this piece + the long line of replacement pieces won't end up in the landfill.
Longevity...durability...repairability...personal classics...these are some of the strongest elements of fair fashion.