Buying second hand means we’re not creating more demand and therefore we’re not creating a full new supply chain. Therefore I’ve decided to wrap up six of my favourite second hand shops in this blog post.
Thrifting has made a huge rise over the past decade. On Instagram as well as on YouTube I follow certain people that really inspire me to create the best out of pieces that are already out there. Read more about them…
So on Instagram I’ve been asking questions about what you’d like to know about me or what you’d like to read on the blog. Well, here’s topic number one: second hand shopping.
The original question asked: “Do you think binging on second hand clothes is bad? Do you control yourself or does it not matter?”
You’ve decided to go on a thrifting tour. Everything is settled: you got the addresses of the local thrift stores saved on your phone, you’ve brought your own bag and a you’re in a great mood. But then, you enter the first store, it smells a little strange and there is just SO MUCH. It’s actually pretty overwhelming.
To help you out, here’s my guide on thrifting for beginners.