January is the time of year when we think about our goals and commitments for the year ahead, and for many people this year, one of their goals is to buy less clothing. If that's you too, here's five things to consider before you start.
Are you someone who loves the thrill of finding treasure in second hand shops? Or maybe you've never tried it before? Perhaps you're wondering if it's something worth the effort involved? If you’ve never considered shopping second hand before (whether that's in person or online), here’s my top five reasons that might just convince you to give it a try;
You may have recently had a lockdown clear out, and now have a large pile or bag full of clothes you don’t want. You might be wondering what to do with your closet clear out? What’s the best way to get rid of your clothes environmentally and financially? How can you make sure those clothes are re-used in the best way possible? And can you recoup some of the cash invested in those clothes? As a personal stylist, I see inside a lot of wardrobes, so I’m pretty sure that your reject pile ranges in quality from the hardly worn to the almost threadbare, am I right? So not all unwanted clothes should be treated in the same way. When...
If you've never shopped for second hand clothes before, or if you've been doing it a while and would like to explore shopping online, we'll tell you what to look out for and how to get the most from your online experience:
If you've been thinking about how you can take a more sustainable approach to what you wear, we share five easy tips you can implement immediately.