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Posted by Love Me Again NZ Admin on

During my last semester of college, I watched a documentary called “The World According to H&M” for my FDM 200 class; it was a fashion-related course. In that documentary, I learned about the fast fashion culture, where women and children work long hours in such dangerous conditions for cheap wages. Then, I started to question whether or not it was worth it to give our money to these fast-fashion outlets. 

In recent years, thrift shopping has grown in popularity due to its affordable prices, the unique pieces you can’t find anywhere else, and positive impact on the environment. Why should people look for the latest trends at fast fashion outlets when they can find equally nice pieces at their local thrift store instead? Keep on reading to learn about the benefits of thrift shopping!



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Chloe Barnes

Conscious conversation starter and circular economy enthusiast.

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