Goodwill Makes Waves in High-End Consignment

March 6, 2014 by  
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Blue boutiques feature the best Goodwill has to offer, such as top names like Lucky Brands, Coach and Cole Haan.

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Buffalo Exchange Thinks Outside the Bag for Sustainability

December 3, 2013 by  
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Instead of a bag for carrying their purchases, Buffalo Exchange shoppers are encouraged to accept a 5-cent token, which is then donated to a charity of the customer’s choice.

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‘Thrift Shop Divas’ Web Series Features Goodwill Good Deeds

October 15, 2013 by  
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Thrift Shop Divas follows three upcycling experts as they treat St. Louisans to makeovers at Goodwill.

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Fall Wardrobe Need a Refresh? Swap, Donate or Recycle Those Duds

September 30, 2013 by  
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There are plenty of great options to divert unwanted duds from hitting landfills, from online consignment shops to clothing-donation drop-offs.

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Student-Led Nonprofit Creates a Zero-Waste Campus Movement

August 1, 2013 by  
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When college students leave campus at the end of the academic year, plenty of reusable items like furniture, dishes and plastic shower caddies find their way into dumpsters. In 2010, a group of students at the University of New Hampshire …

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Can Worn or Damaged Clothing be Donated?

May 28, 2013 by  
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Most of us have some old, worn clothing items in our closets, and many people hang on to them because they don’t know what to do with them. We feel bad throwing these clothes in the trash, but fear donating …

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Second-Hand Sales on the Rise

April 13, 2012 by  
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A throwaway culture leads to clothing being thought of more like wrapping paper and less like reusable, functional art. It looks nice temporarily, but as soon as it’s used, it gets thrown away. However, our clothing culture is transforming,…

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How to Score a Summer Outfit for $21 at the Bayside Thrift Shop!

August 28, 2011 by  
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Has all of summer’s fun left your bank account a little dry? If you’ve still got a lot of events slated for the last days of the sunny season, but seem to have exhausted all your nicest things, then take a cue from Inhabitat editor Yuka Yoneda on how to create a stylin’ outfit for just a little over 20 bucks. You can snag a polished wardrobe for über cheap by just hitting up your local thrift store. In her first installment of her new series, “ Goodwill Hunting ,” Yuka unearths some hidden gems at the second-oldest thrift store in New York City: the  Bayside Thrift Shop in Flushing, Queens. READ MORE > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: bargain fashion , Bayside Thrift Shop , eco-fashion , Ethical Fashion , flushing , Goodwill Hunting , green fashion , new york city , queens , secondhand clothing , secondhand fashion , Sustainable Fashion , thrift shops , thrift stores , vintage clothing , vintage fashion

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