Welcome to the 12 Months of Thrifting Challenge! The goal of the challenge is to help you add a “dash of thrift” to your outfits using 12 themes that you can easily find at secondhand stores.
Have you ever searched for #slowfashion on Instagram? It currently yields over 5 million results. There’s no doubt the slow, sustainable, and ethical fashion movement has quickly gained global traction and popularity in recent years. And it’s probably not going anywhere anytime soon.
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12 Months of Thrifting Challenge: Embroidery
Build a thrifted wardrobe in 2020.
How to shop & host a clothing swap
Thrifiting gifts is great for the environment, your wallet, and your creativity. Here are some ideas you can thrift this holiday season.
Press play to watch my thrifty gift segment on New Day Cleveland or scroll down to read
Look for things like: board books, jewelry, small toys, clutches, wallets, travel games, art supplies.
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.
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. In episode eighteen of the podcast, we break down the ways the mass production and consumption of clothing has quickly become one the leading causes of pollution in the world.
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. You can put them in a separate bag and mark them “salvage.” Most Goodwill locations in the United States will recycle them for you by putting them through their “salvage stream.