From years of purchasing vintage I’ve realised one thing…. vintage clothes can come in irregular sizes, dimensions and shapes.
The movement towards choosing second-hand fashion over brand-new items is growing.
According to CNBC ‘by 2028 the used-fashion market is set to skyrocket in value to $64 billion in the U.S, while fast-fashion will only reach $44 billion’. Evidently, we are all realising the challenges with fast fashion and now more than ever retailers, communities, companies and groups are taking significant action.
There are so many ‘re’ words regarding sustainability. Sometimes it can feel overwhelming to incorporate sustainability in our lives however it should be effortless, without feeling like it’s hard-work.
What if you had a forever changing closet with new styles, beautiful designer shirts and dresses without spend a dime. This may sound unrealistic but actually it’s never been so achievable.
In the last few months the world has literally turned upside down. For some of us, life as we know it has significantly changed forcing us to become much more resilient and agile.
In some cases, adapting quickly to a crisis makes us question our own lives, what we stand for and who we are.