Pair these vintage accessories with some of your favorite vintage spring dresses!
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Ever wonder if there’s a place for your second hand clothing that doesn’t require you to pile your clothing in a bag, and take it to the nearest trading company or consignment shop? Aside from starting your own Etsy store, of course – is there a place to sell your designer clothing online for what its actually worth – to people who actually understand it’s value? Here’s four ways to do just that.
Spring is officially just a few weeks away here in the northern hemisphere, and that means it’s time to dust off those flirty spring dresses that were in the back of your closet! Do you feel like your wardrobe needs a little bit of refreshing this season? What better way to keep it stylish but also eco-friendly than with some vintage dresses that are perfect for spring?
Tips and tricks on buying thrifted jeans!
Better known by “Juniper James,” the name of her company, and her childhood imaginary friend, Kari is an independent fashion stylist and blogger in Sacramento. Specializing in all things thrift, second hand and unique, she’s a wealth of information for those of us that aren’t sure where to begin. Not to mention, she’s an expert at throwing together an outfit for almost any occasion with less than $20. Here’s five of her most helpful tips.
After being inspired by a trip to Finland, Andrea Angell created her own Portland based shop, Little Things PDX, to celebrate the art and style of her city.
The Nothing New Resolution begins with the underwear!
Do you have any Feelgood Resolutions for the upcoming year? I share my resolutions to make daily life even more Feelgood!
Try one of these four gorgeous vintage party dresses for your upcoming New Year’s Eve bash!
Vintage fall gear is a stylish, and eco-friendly, way to stay bundled this season!
Two years after their launch, Plywood is regularly providing seminars and events for social enterprises and nonprofits looking to grow and expand, as well as selling cards that are handmade in Rwanda from banana leaves, bracelets and necklaces that are handmade in Uganda from magazine paper and bags and wallets handmade by refugees with materials provided from outdoor advertising companies.
In Manila, a suburban area of the Philippines, juice containers that once littered the country-side have become a valuable commodity, not only for local business, but for the international fashion market.
At 5th Season, waste is the only material used to create backpacks, handbags, iPad sleeves and makeup bags, among other products. Oguchi’s material comes from coffee bag burlap, cotton textiles, cherry wood taken from tree cuttings, old clothing and other recycled material. Apart from each season’s line of bags, she also regularly creates custom made products out of old materials brought to her by customers. She has used old dresses, jeans and even a grandfather’s shirt to create bags that are not only recycled, but sentimental.
Could you make your own clothes and accessories for an entire year?
In between, we had excellent reports from GD Lisa on some very practical AND interesting ideas for repurposing stuff; and from GD Scotty on a new eco-friendly lighting solution – the Electron Stimulated Luminescence (ESL) solution by a company called VU1.
Model and designer Rachel Mace takes trashion to the next level with her Totally Trashed Fashion collection!
This super-quick TED talk from Jessi Arrington was so inspiring!
In this 5 minute video, Jessi confesses that she buys every single stitch of clothing that she owns from second hand shops. Check out the talk and some tips on scoring awesome thrift store and vintage finds!
There’s something energizing about cleaning out your closet, but what do you do with the clothing, shoes, and accessories that you decide not to keep?
You can find hidden treasures, vintage clothing and jewelry, and even valuable antiques by diligently attending yard or garage sales.
This week’s show ran the spectrum from a GD Correpondent report from Green Diva Marie Wilson in Palm Springs (normally LA) on Eco-Jewelry, a green pet segment and an awesome eco-art segment by guest GD co-host Barbara Taylor to a great conversation about Seed Bombs.