Eco-friendly living does not just apply to recycling and reducing waste in the food and beauty sphere. It also applies immensely to fashion. Investing in brands that recycle materials, buying second-hand items, and making sure the clothing we wear is ethically made all tie into sustainable and eco-friendly fashion.
Buying second-hand clothing and accessories is the easiest way to get started on your sustainable fashion journey. Thrifting by far has saved me oodles of money plus I get to find items that go against the fashion grain. If you don’t want to go out to your nearest thrift shop, where can you buy amazing second-hand items online? Well, dearest readers, you’ve come to the right place!
eBay by far is the number one spot to buy second-hand clothing. The prices for the most part are pretty reasonable and you can find reputable sellers. Of course, if you’re feeling froggy, you can check out the Sunshine and Spirit eBay shop for some cool finds! 🙂
Poshmark is the eBay of fashion. Anyone can sell and buy on Poshmark and the deals are affordable. It’s site is strictly dedicated to all things trendy and designer for the frugal fashionista.
Elise Buch is a YouTuber that runs the Wonderlocks shop. She ships from Denmark I believe but the items she has on her shop are beautiful! I love her style and boho vibe she has. I recommend checking out her stuff if you’re looking for 60s, hippie vibe clothing.
As you can see above, ThredUp is the” largest online and consignment thrift store.” From Old Navy to BCBGMAXAZRIA, ThredUp has got you covered. It’s sustainable, affordable, and an excellent place to shop for second-hand clothes!
What do you think about the choices above? Do you use any other clothing sites? Let me know on one of my social media pages or in the comments below!