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Pre-Owned Fashion: The Most Sustainable Way to Shop

Chanoa Tarle
Contributing Writer.
Savvy shopper. Smarter style.

“Pre-Owned Fashion: The Most Sustainable Way to Shop”

If you’re interested in saving the planet (and really, who isn’t?), pre-owned fashion is the way to go. There are more fabulous options available today than ever. Every time you shop with FASHIONPHILE, you’re merging a beautiful combination of a love for all things stylish with practicing responsible consumerism. 

 

What’s more, you can shop mindfully thanks to FASHIONPHILE’s BuyBack program. As long as the item(s) have been maintained well and featured original prices of $300 or more, you can sell your FASHIONPHILE purchases back for 70% of the price you paid. Feel free to do this anytime within 180 days of your purchase (shoes and sunglasses excluded).

 

Eco-Friendly Designer Handbag Initiatives

 

Stella McCartney: No matter what you buy by designer Stella McCartney, you can rest assured it’s a sustainable product. It’s the premier luxury sustainable fashion brand and has led the charge by setting a great example. Shop Stella McCartney here.

 

Gucci: Sometimes designers offer sustainable capsule collections; we especially love the eco-friendly versions of the Jackie handbags by Gucci in collaboration with Rainforest Alliance. Look out for the collection on FASHIONPHILE, and shop Gucci accessories anytime here

 

Burberry: Then there are the fashion houses that are gradually incorporating a sustainability focus into their main collections. Burberry is one such brand, introducing an amazing new eco-fabric for handbags and other accessories as part of their revival led by Riccardo Tisci. Shop Burberry products here.

 

Still, whether you purchase products originally produced for sustainable initiatives or not, every time you shop on FASHIONPHILE marks an environmentally-savvy move!

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