At this point, there’s space on the internet for every type of fashion-lover. If you’re looking to shop more sustainably and affordably, then you probably found yourself scrolling through hundreds of videos of people running around thrift stores and consignment shops around the world, finding great fashion at low prices. This special corner of social media (sometimes known as “ThriftTok”) is filled with creative and sustainably minded people showing off their latest thrift-store finds.
From a fashion-inspiration perspective, it’s an antidote to the fashion-brands-48892532″ class=”ga-track” data-ga-category=”internal click” data-ga-label=”https://www.popsugar.com/fashion/fast-fashion-brands-48892532″ data-ga-action=”body text link”fast-fashion hauls that make up millions of videos. These thrifting creators are not only championing personal style through unique finds but also offering up an alternative to fast fashion that has the potential to change the way we think of clothing and the way we shop.
While it’s certainly a great option, thrifting can be intimidating. When you