Sustainable Fashion & Recycling

Hey peeps,

if there is something that I don’t to like at all is wearing the same outfit as other people. Still, that can happen easily if you buy at fast-fashion brands like Zara or H&M. The last couple of years I realized that I threw away so many clothes that I never or hardly wore just because they were fashionable for only a short period in time. Now I decided to try to buy things that are really special – or even better: vintage! I simply love flea markets and because I love online shopping even more I often order something on Mädchenflohmarkt! Most of you guys probably know it but it is a great online flea market for young fashion. Not only do I like the idea of things actually having a history but the clothes also kind of get a second chance! They are not just being produced to live a short life of being worn and worn-out in the same season! No – they can live on and make someone else happy! Sometimes you can find really great pieces! No matter if old or new – the quality will always be checked on before the actual piece is sold. So I got this amazingly pretty bag from MF and I am more than happy to offer this pretty bag a new home. It’s new life will definitely be anything but boring!- what do you think of sustainable fashion? Do you only buy new things or also old ones and vintage? Let me know xx J

 

 

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4 Comments

  1. July 6, 2015 / 11:51 am

    awesome blog post! I also don’t like to wear the same outfit as other people and tend to buy a mix of old and new clothes. If you go to the right places, you could definitely find some cool thrift shops! Check out my blog at http://www.svadore.com or my twitter @svadorefashion! 🙂

    • July 6, 2015 / 2:43 pm

      Yeah it’s really nice to find like little hidden shops and all that!Really learned to appreciate vintage! Sure will do! Regards!

    • July 6, 2015 / 2:42 pm

      Hey! Thanks! Yeah I think it really is a unique piece no? Sure will do! Have a great day!

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