Should You Buy Clothes Second Hand To Reduce Your Environmental Impact?

Long gone are the days of darning socks, siblings wearing the same hand-me-down clothes during childhood, and jeans that last a lifetime.

Over the past decade fashion has gone fast. Shopping is a hobby, with constant discounts and sales, plus new ‘seasons’ of clothing hitting the stores every week. The amount of clothes that we buy has…

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