Edmonton Secondhand Clothing Store Guide

Thrifting guide for Edmonton. Where to shop for secondhand clothing including designer, vintage, trendy, budget-friendly, and charitable options. As well as where to sell, consign, and donate used clothing in Edmonton. Want to shop by location? Jump down to see our map of all … more

Top Dress Rentals in Canada 2023

Why buy a dress when you can rent it!? Renting formal dresses and outfits has so many great benefits such as saving you money and being more sustainable – check out this article to learn more about renting clothes. Special occasion dress rentals are … more

This Extension Finds Secondhand Alternatives While You Shop

Disco is a Chrome extension and when you’re browsing popular clothing websites it will pull secondhand options from Poshmark, Depop, and other re-sale sites. Making it super easy to find more sustainable and affordable pre-loved garments from your favorite brands. It’s new and not fully flushed out, but they’re growing and adding to it weekly.

How to Buy Sustainable Kids Clothing on a Budget

Tips for making an eco-friendly children’s wardrobe more affordable There’s no denying sustainable and ethically made clothing is more expensive. We all get sticker shock if you’re used to fast fashion prices and start to look at more conscious brands. However, don’t automatically assume … more

Best Places to Buy Used Clothing Online

Thrifting in person is always an adventure, and with so many online thrift stores and apps now available, purchasing (or selling) used clothing has never been easier. An online thrift store makes second hand clothing shopping more accessible and considerably less frustrating if you … more

10 Clothing & Dress Rental Services

Here are some places that you can rent everyday wear as well as special event dresses and even maternity clothing!

The Cycle Of Secondhand Fashion – What Happens to Our Unwanted Clothes?

It’s time to understand the journey of secondhand clothing post-export: the salvage market. Where the salvage market thrives is within developing countries that are willing to take in millions of tonnes of “stuff” every year via shipping containers. These items go for resale in street markets and usually small shops run by marginalized communities.

The Two Major Problems The Secondhand Industry Is Facing (That We Have The Power To Solve!)

Contributor Jazzmine Raine digs into what effect the growing interest in secondhand fashion is having on people and the environment – are we swapping unsustainable shopping for something better?

Dyeing Clothes With Vegetables

It’s Fashion Revolution Week and one aspect I love is the Haulternative campaign which promotes secondhand shopping, vintage, mending, renting, DIY – basically avoiding buying new clothes for a more sustainable and conscious wardrobe. 💚 This year I polled my Patrons about what they … more

20 Signs of Good Quality Clothing

With capsule wardrobes, investment pieces, or just for a more sustainable wardrobe buying good-quality clothing is important, but how can you tell if a garment is good quality? These are some things to look out for: Check the Fabric Check the Seams and Sewing … more