Have you ever searched for #slowfashion on Instagram? It currently yields over 5 million results.
Welcome to the 12 Months of Thrifting Challenge! In this bonus episode, we discuss styling and thrifting tips for the this month’s thrift and style prompt: a pop of color.
What happens to the clothes we donate? What are some of the misconceptions around donating clothing? How can we become more mindful about what and how we donate in the upcoming year?
Welcome to the 12 Months of Thrifting Challenge! The prompt this month is to add a “dash of” embroidery to your outfit.
Build a thrifted wardrobe in 2020.
Thrifiting gifts is great for the environment, your wallet, and your creativity. Here are some ideas you can thrift this holiday season.
No matter how many thrift finds we post on Instagram and no matter how many episodes we produce on the podcast, there are still some people who never have and probably never will shop secondhand.
All thrift stores require a little patience and strategy but the bins call for a little extra elbow grease. You can find some serious gems digging through the bins. But it’s work.
When you hear “ environmental waste”, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Did you think of the fashion industry? If so, you’re on the right track.
If you’ve ever wondered what to do with a sweatshirt with a bleach stain or a pair of shoes that you feel guilty throwing away but know aren’t really wearable, don’t fear.