Tag Archives: thrift store

spring cleaning

An important part of sustainable living is avoiding unnecessary purchases. It’s something I hadn’t considered when I started my fair trade journey a few years ago, but it might be one of the most important habits to adopt in the … Continue reading

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retailer: thredUP

thredup by fracturedradiance on Polyvore   When a facebook friend posted a link to thredUP, I headed straight over to the site. What I found were hundreds of secondhand clothing items priced well below similar secondhand sites. The search tab … Continue reading

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the moral wardrobe: guest post by Jennifer

My sister enthusiastically volunteered to share a Moral Wardrobe guest post with you today! The Wells sisters look awesome in midi skirts. I got this great skirt from a church thrift store a few days ago while in historic St. … Continue reading

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real solutions: part 2, second hand it

Click here to see the first post in the series. Last Sunday, I suggested that the first step to successfully undertaking the fair trade lifestyle is to reassess your life as a consumer and consider buying less altogether. The next … Continue reading

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