Posted: April 08, 2022
Hello again friends, Ollie the Fox here with another fun filled article about our favorite topic – thriftshopping! This week we aren’t covering just any ol’ topic, this week we’re talking about the exciting world of fast fashion vs. thrift shopping!
The fast fashion industry is one of the largest retail markets on the planet and is expected to continue to grow. By 2030, the market space is anticipated to reach $211,909.7 Million. As a large influencer of the fashion industry many environmental groups have long focused on these retailers to improve their practices for a cleaner environment.
Like many other industries the affordability of the fast fashion market increases accessibility and consumer demand. But, while this level of equality is offered to a wider market base, it also comes at a very steep price.
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Posted: November 05, 2021
Hey there! It’s me again, Ollie the Fox! I’m glad you stopped by my den, because today, I want to tell you all about the BIGGEST ways Thriftshoppin.com sets itself apart from our competitor, The Scummy Secondhand Superstore. While I made a couple of these points in our last bit of time together, today I want to dig a little deeper.
What Makes Us Better Than The Rest?
The Best Experience Possible
In our last get-together, I told you how Thriftshoppin.com is the foxiest online thrift store on the market. Why? Because we've made secondhand thrift shopping so convenient and comfortable, that you don’t even have to leave your den. But, as if that wasn’t enough because my store is online, we’re open 24/7. Not only does this allow you to enjoy the comfort of your own home, but it also allows you to have the cleanest thrift shopping experience you’d like, all
Posted: October 29, 2021
Hi! I’m Ollie the Fox, mascot at Thriftshoppin.com. I have always loved to go to second-hand stores to buy for myself, my pack, and for gifts. It is a fun, economical way to shop for my young pack! Whether I am on the hunt during a fun Saturday afternoon family outing or on an emergency trip for a necessity, I love buying second-hand. In fact, I would even estimate that 95% of everything I have in my fox den – electronics, pots and pans, books, tools, furniture, and clothing – is from a second-hand store.
During all those hours of bargain shopping, I started to notice a few things. First, that the process can take a long time. Being that the inventory at second-hand stores is based on availability and donations, sometimes procuring all the items on a list can take hours and multiple stops or trips. In many instances, it was so arduous that it took the fun out of the entire experience.
Another not-so-nice observation was t