So the other weekend my mum and I went to a second-hand clothing sale for Save the Children. It was a great event and so many people showed up to purchase second hand clothes and help a fantastic charity!
I thought I’d do a haul of all of the items I purchased at this second-hand clothing sale, cause I’m pretty damn happy with what I found…. so let’s begin!
In all my posts I’ve spoken about different ethical places to shop and how there’s no need to purge your wardrobe of all your fast fashion clothes, because that’s just wasteful and you should keep wearing them.
So chances are many of the clothes in your wardrobe were not made in ethical circumstances, however that doesn’t mean you have to go and throw everything out, you’ve already bought them, so keep wearing them!
But there are some small steps you can take to stop consuming into fast-fashion for the future, and here’s a list to help you on your journey to a more ethical wardrobe:
I want to give some attention to some of my favourite ethical bloggers, their Instagram accounts are incredibly informative and inspirational. They also all have lovely and creative photos. (All of their names are links to their Instagram accounts, so just click on them to get taken straight to their Instagram page).