HOW TO: Shop-Second Hand for Frugal Fashion & Zero Waste Eco Style (Video 1 of 3) || SugarMamma.TV


Millions and millions of dollars and you understand and it'' s and it ' s fantastic since. That ' s textile waste doesn ' t bring.
There'' s just so. I see such diversity every time I'' m up I ' m at one of our stores and
. I believe it'' s all budgets.As well it'' s not simply people who are on low spending plan.

Video Transcript: Hi everybody! Invite back to my channel. Today I'' m really proud to make this video for you due to the fact that it ' s all about welcoming no waste and saving cash on fashion. We were in fact at the Redemption Army tempie store and I'' m here with the extremely elegant and delightful and fashionable Fade DeLatte, who explained to me and reveal me how to go shopping second-hand and how to conserve a big amount of cash. Now, I personally like to purchase things secondhand. A lot of my handbags are pre-owned. One of my dresses, even this is shirt is really a secondhand especially however I bought a lot of my previously owned things online. I'' m a bit anxious or overwhelmed about
shopping in a store like this. I'' d love for you to discuss to everybody what you do
and I. will connect clearly all your social networks handles up in the video.
description box listed below. Explain to you what you do and why.
you'' re so passionate about this. I actually have the very best task and if you'' d. said to me 10 years ago that I would be doing this so I would have really said.
to you what is an eco stylist.I absolutely in my 20s I was an item of.
maximalism. I had lots of clothing and I think I type of partially moneyed brand names.
Due to the fact that I was always buying thing yeah and then I kind of had, like sass and Bide.
this as Oprah'' s there ' s a little an aha minute and I was kind of questioning why am I buying all this stuff it'' s not making me feel much better it'' s not helping. me progress or evolve so I simply truly type of looked at what I was doing and.
I was taking a trip a lot so I was required in a method to actually lower. It.
just begun to unfold then I grew up with a mommy who is extremely crafty and she.
originated from rather a bad childhood so she didn'' t have a lot she had this. extraordinary propensity to make everything fabulous. Very resourceful, very.
resourceful, so that get got in by osmosis and after that when I was living.
overseas it entered play for me. You understand I grew up op shopping and that kind.
When I was overseas we went from leisure activity to practicality.I truly, of thing however.
had to be wise about things and I was on a tight budget.Moving around with.
things so the moderate harder it'' s gon na be and the more draining all your.
resources. Completely, Vogue for me is like my style.
bible. I would check out that all the time and I would take photos in and.
I would say ideal I'' ve got ten quid when I was living in London how can I.
recreate this Gucci look? Challenging myself and after that I could see.
well okay people kept asking me about my attire.
When I came back to, and then I could see this was going somewhere so.
Australia I began speaking with The Salvation Army and it all sort of grew.
from there. My job is to truly reveal everyone the extraordinary stock that we.
have here.I have just gone through the shop with a and in fact feel nauseous.
The amount of things that ' s brand brand-new. Tags.
Redemption Army. I believe as you state the first thing is just the enormity at.
about how much we'' re using. You know why do we truly need this. Do we need to buy.
Can we find it secondhand? When you go shopping at a shop like salvos shops, you'' re empowering regional neighborhood due to the fact that all of the profits that are made in our retail stores, go directly into.
the objective and we help over million individuals every year.So, that'' s people who. are going through homelessness, drug addiction, alcohol addiction, domestic violence.
This fashion they'' re little changemakers. This is a powerful flow on.
impact. How much cash do you really raise? Like what we'' re discussing here? Millions and countless dollars and you know and it'' s and it ' s fantastic since. each shop is is'profiting and we ' re getting contributions all the time. Yeah. Like.
at this store alone I think makes over 3 million dollars a year and that'' s. all going back into the objective. Okay, so when you contribute to the Salvation Army.
When you come in here and shop here you are supporting millions of other, and.
individuals you'' re helping individuals return up on their feet once again and it'' s actually. crucial and I have to say coming here even for a spiritual experience is I.
feel ill at the thought of going to my regional shopping center and on your own.
purchasing you simply wear'' t need to you understand there is simply so much great stuff here.
and I think that'' s what I ' m truly enthusiastic about too is simply changing.
There are some stunning, recording traditional pieces here. On that note this is in fact gon na be this is part of a series so make sure.
you subscribed and you turn on the nose.
Since PHA has in fact put together a fantastic brand-new closet for me, system.
which concerns less than 250 dollars for the entire closet. I'' m likewise going. to be sharing with you the leading 7 things that are really amazing that I.
have actually discovered within 20 minutes of strolling into this store so.
you need to come and see for yourself what I'' m talking about you will be blown.
away can we simply rapidly touch on the ecological effect of shopping like.
the especially for my shared friend Anita Van Dyke we'' re at zero waste yeah.
being exceptionally conscious of lowering an intake, the wastage, the
. ecological effect not just you know our wallets and also being a bit of a.
minimalist that I am can we do that like what how this works.This is this very.
fact but every 10 minutes in Australia we throw away 6,000 kilos of clothing.
That'' s every 10 minutes. Oh my gosh. So, that ' s textile waste doesn ' t bring.
into consideration furniture or home products or anything like that. The textile.
market has a huge effect on damaging the environment, designer, colors running.
through the waters. Yeah, the factories making products labor conditions and.
circles. When we stop supporting that we stop encouraging this devastating and.
action towards our society and I like what you say about when you stop.
supporting that because as soon as you get up and you have that minute of like one.
set of denims uses something like over 8,000 liters of water since as you say,.
you know, there'' s the energy, there ' s the water, there ' s the dye. There'' s just so. much that enters into making one set of jeans and a peek around this shop.
we have a whole rack of incredible denim and brands too and they'' ve never ever.
been purchased or they'' ve been worn once you know.I indicate half the time when you.
enter into a brand-new store those things have actually been tried out anyhow. As I described like I would purchase a great deal of my secondhand stuff online. In my mind.
before I even consider going to a shop like this I would assume that it'' s. disorganised, good smells it'' s a collection of like stuff and it was totally.
overwhelming. Obviously, I'' ve come here and perceive it.
that is not the case whatsoever however what are your top ideas.
for the moment you walk in so that you put on'' t get overwhelmed. You don'' t go
nuts. um by everything you understand by mindfully as you say and you get terrific worth for.
cash certainly having that awareness because you put on'' t wish to purchase a bunch of.
Because that just ends up being eco hoarding you can buy too much since, things.
it'' s inexpensive. So, start simply by really what you like what you need be.
critical take a look at the fabric hold it up touch it believe outside package. I.
always look in the men'' s section Area love men ' s clothing Clothes quite often steal my.
pastime'' s collared t-shirts t-shirts or roll up the sleeves or mindful them off the.
shoulder of getting to know fashion yeah.So, I'' m always taking a look at websites like.
Style runway I'' m reading vogue I'' m simply taking an interest to learn more about your.
brand name'' s take this bag for example it'' s such a goody bag it'cost me $ 10 it ' s Italian leather those little accents that hardware that.
kind of is rather standard to the Gucci brand and so bamboo feel I knew.
that because I'' d been sort of taking a look at those ads and learning more about the DNA of.
the roads. I understood your things last concern prior to.
we reveal you the designer shop which I am so fired up I'' m revealing every bit I.
was truly incredible. Who stores here? Everyone and anyone which is so.
great. I see such diversity each time I'' m up I ' m at one of our shops and
. I believe it'' s all budgets.As well it'' s not just people who are on low spending plan.
there'' s people who are'discerning they ' re trying to find brand names collectors.
stylists come through here vintage dealerships. Because shopping at, I like that.
the flea markets is so incredibly stylish and stylish yeah and this is a flea.
market that'' s open 7 days a week and extraordinary value for money and it is so.
arranged and everybody here is friendly and so valuable the personnel are.
remarkable we just could not do it without them and so a lot of us are volunteer.
years too and I need to say if for anybody who'' s wanting to hustle up some. additional money perhaps you'' re doing the thousand dollar task I am fairly.
positive you could come here and discover some incredible buys that you might then.
go and on sell on either eBay high-end or perhaps let your regional Facebook groups.
and I have to say I'' ve really seen people on Instagram do this and make.
quite a lot of cash go 2000 origin the charm of that side hustle is that.
you'' re keeping it in the loop you'' re recycling you ' re lowering your recycling.
and eco hustle yeah it'' s a little we ' re gon na now reveal you the designer.
boutique section which is where all the gorgeous bags yeah Chris'' s and your.
more high-end pieces that you can discover Here in the store.As discovered on YouTube – Creative Commons License.

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