“Thrifting is one of the ways to consume fashion slowly. By buying secondhand fashion items, we reduce our fabric waste that might harm the environment. In conjunction with the global #FashionRevolutionWeek, @slowfashion.bali will hold a Pre-loved Vintage Fair on Saturday 23 April from 3-9pm where you can meet thrift stores that sell upcycled secondhand fashion items.
And, as a lead up to the Pre-loved Vintage Fair they will also host Pesta SWAP Bali on Sunday April 10th – also at 3 pm, Both events are held at GEO Open Space in Kerobokan.
“At Slow Fashion Bali, we believe that making our wardrobe more sustainable and affordable is as easy as wearing the clothes that we already own!”
And when we need to buy new clothes, we opt for clothes sold at preloved shops.
So the big question is…Do you shop preloved?