Second hand fashion is clothing that has been previously owned and or used by others.
Wearing second hand clothing is beneficial to the environment. Rather than waste clothing by putting it in the trash, some clothes, shoes, and accessories can be donated or resold. If the garment is in horrible shape, possibly it can be repurposed in some other way.
Consumers can locate second hand clothes online or at local retail location:
Learn about clothing donations for second hand fashion, shoes, & accessories.
Below are a few popular online resources for locating second hand clothing:
Depop (purchased by Etsy) Depop is a peer-to-peer social shopping app specialized in the buying & selling of second hand clothes.
eBay is an American multinational e-commerce corporation based in California, that facilitates consumer-to-consumer and business-to-consumer sales through its website. Much of the product is second hand clothing, footwear, and accessories.
Etsy is an American e-commerce company focused on handmade or vintage items. These items fall under a wide range of categories, including jewelry, bags, clothing, and more.
Poshmark is more than just a shopping destination, it's a vibrant community powered by millions of sellers who not only sell their personal style, but also curate looks for their shoppers, creating one of the most connected shopping experiences in the world. Poshmark is a social commerce marketplace where people in the United States can buy and sell new or used clothing, shoes, and accessories.
thredUP is a fashion resale website for consumers to buy and sell secondhand clothing online.
Do you know the difference between vintage, antique & retro.
Learn more about vintage clothing in the fashion influence section.
You may also want to research vintage footwear if you enjoy old things.
By the way, second hand clothing can be perfectly fashionable or it could potentially be clothes that is out of fashion.