1. Creative Arrebatos
You never really know what you are about to find. Second-hand items differ in quality, but not so much in prices. The probability of finding a high-quality piece for a few dollars is enormous.
Especially if you are looking for a vintage second hand, you will soon notice the difference in quality. Today’s fast fashion is designed to fall apart and make you invest in new clothes every season. Old fashion is much more durable, not only in design but also in materials, since it was not based so much on cheap synthetic alternatives.
4. Names of the designer
As we mentioned earlier, you never know what you are going to get. You will surely find some incredibly good brands that you once could not imagine.
But here is an advice. You can get carried away by low prices and start buying unnecessary items that you will never really use. Consider the frenzy of the thrift store. Even if it’s designer clothes, no matter the cost, it’s not worth it if you’re not going to wear it.
5. Change of experience
The fast industry designs your consumption habits, making you always feel out of trend and making you buy more and more clothes. Although this satisfies your desire for change and enthusiasm, you don’t get long-term satisfaction.
Second-hand stocks change every month or so and allow you to navigate without stopping. And no store is the same. There is still the risk of compulsive shopping, however, you get much more by experimenting with these. You also spend a lot less money and basically you’re just recycling.
6. Saving the environment