6 Places To Buy Ethical Clothing

 

 

Recently, I haven’t been shopping as much… You may be thinking, ” Then, what is up with the 6 places to buy ethical clothing?” Well, when you stop evaluate what you have and, then understand what you need it makes it much easier to find 6 places where you buy your ethical clothing. Now, I still shop at non-ethical stores maybe one-three times a year which, I am trying to eliminate. In my efforts to eliminate non-ethical places to shop I have complied a list of my five favorite places to get ethical or, used clothing.

ebay: I recently bought Prana clothing from ebay because it is a great way to get clothing used or, ethical clothing for a less expensive price. If you don’t mind used clothing this is the spot for you! You may even be able to score a new piece of clothing for a fraction of the price.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/PrAna-Breathe-Halter-Dress-Size-XL-Pink-Orange-White-Shelf-Bra-/222460854497

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vasque-Vibrant-Hiking-Shoes-Women-039-s-7-5-/132144136414

Poshmark: This is where 90% of my wardrobe comes from. Unfortunately, they just raised their shipping prices however, if you bundle your clothing together it is worth it. They have ethical brands and, lots of second hand clothing, shoes and, accessories. I also, like shopping from here to support the sellers and, the idea of small businesses.

https://poshmark.com/closet/eyeheartedu

Les Sublimes:

They have an amazing story and, just launched their first ethical clothing line. Their clothes are clean cut and, simple which, is perfect for a capsule wardrobe.

https://www.les-sublimes.com/collections

 

Bead And Reel:

A trendy ethical clothing store with great values and, fashionable clothing. This is one of the stores on my list to shop at.

Click here

Prana: One of my favorite stores when it comes to athletic wear. They have fashionable clothing for hiking, yoga and, much more. They also, have dresses as well as, accessories. I have really enjoyed the value I received from the clothing; they are comfortable and, there has been no ripping/wearing after having the clothing for about four to five months. This is why I prefer ethical clothing (besides the obvious ethical side) it should last for years. Unlike fast fashion, the clothing isn’t cheaply made which, makes it sustainable.

Hanky Panky: I wrote a whole review of this site so, if you are interested I will leave the link below. Hanky Panky is a great place for ethical underwear. I got two g-strings and, two V-kini lace underwear. The site has so many options so, browse away! They are extremely soft and, comfortable I highly recommend them.

 

 

Hanky Panky Post: http://thatsabang.com/?p=359

Have an enlightening and adventurous day,

allie

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