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Second hand is the most sustainable form of fashion, or furniture. When a product’s life is prolonged, it will also reduce its environmental impact. Not wanting to participate in the crazy shopping frenzy of this weekend, we’re instead reminding you of the magic of the pre-loved.

1. Vintage Vase, Kindred Black. 2. Vintage Laura Scott Pearly White Leather Heels, The Break. 3. Blazer, Sincerely Tommy.

4. Vintage White Linen Blazer, The Break. 5. ‘80s Glitter Drop Earrings, By Signe. 6. Céline Sunglasses, Vestiaire Collective

7. Crafted Check Blue Silk Dress, Studio Travel. 8. Vintage Satin Evening Handbag, By Signe. 9. Vase, Lars Hellsten/Bukowskis.

Don’t Forget:
Buy Less. Choose Well. Make it Last.

 


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