Briana Byus, Biola University
After first gaining attention last year, the topic continues to ignite heated discussions on why and how individuals should thrift responsibly.
Arianna Taylor, University of Rochester
It’s tempting to run to second-hand stores for trendy summer clothes, especially in the Big Apple, but the affordable shopping craze can be harmful to low-income communities.
Julianna Steen, Auburn University
With internet access and a keen eye for clothes, you can turn your passion for secondhand shopping into a profitable business venture.
McKenna Uzelac, Columbia University
As eco-friendly shopping becomes more trendy, NYC secondhand shops are receiving more attention. But some are better than others.
Katherine Brand, University of Michigan
Reselling thrifted items for outrages prices is contributing to the gentrification of thrift stores, harming those who rely on cheaper prices.
Cathleen Luo, Columbia University
The app allows users to embrace their artistic side and reimagine what we wear, all while making it easy to shop sustainably.
Kayla Placide, University at Buffalo
Don’t toss those old clothes. Make something fun.
Meredith Day, Davidson College
Sustainability and fair prices — what’s not to love?
Kristin Auld, St John’s University
Looking and feeling good on a budget? These YouTubers have got you.
Veronica Kuffel, University of Wisconsin-Madison
You’ve heard of thrifting clothes and furniture, but is secondhand makeup crossing the line?
Madalyn Watson, Baylor University
Listen to the fashion (and life) advice from an effortlessly relatable and honest “picnic b—h.”
Aubrey Doerr, Chapman University
Find some fashionable styles without the unfashionable costs.
Shaina Lapuebla, Central Connecticut State University
If you’ve ever felt like you’re constantly out of two things — money and outfits — then boy do we have news for you.
Flavia Martinez, Amherst College
The major one is time—someone else’s.
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