One Woman’s Trash is another Woman’s Fashion Treasure
How to shop second hand like a pro
The Second Hand Online Industry is BOOMING!
The days of driving/biking/walking around town looking for a deal/steal/bargain on quality items are now a thing of the past. With second-hand stores and vintage boutiques having a huge online presence, there is no need to spend over your budget!
This guide will help you on your journey to becoming a PROFESSIONAL second-hand shopper. From homeware to sunglasses to doggy beds…the second-hand industry has got it all. Read more
Yes, it’s true! Renting clothes is now easier and better than ever
One thing that I learned over the years while attending family parties, weddings, and special events? Looking like a Queen is EXPENSIVE.
A beautiful and luxurious outfit can run you anywhere from $100 to $1000 and I don’t know about you, but neither one of those price tags are worth it for one night on the town. I ended up with over 7 different stunningly beautiful dresses that never saw the light of day; that is a shame.
A fashion shame, I tell ya!
Whoever thought up the idea of renting was a genius. This multi-billion dollar industry is growing bigger and bigger with every single special event. Renting has become as easy as a few clicks, delivery information and drop off.
But the question is, is this sustainable and ethical?
Your closet is a mess and you never seem to have anything to wear despite JUST going shopping. Sound familiar?
In the 1970s an amazing woman named Susie Faux coined the term “capsule wardrobe” to describe a collection of a few essential items that do not go out of fashion (such as skirts, pants, blouses, etc) that can be augmented with seasonal pieces. In 1985, Donna Karan took the capsule wardrobe idea and made it mainstream by releasing a capsule collection of seven interchangeable workpieces. Read more