Sunday afternoon usually includes a pop Into one of our local charity shops (master 5yo loves going in for a nosy!). This was actually my find from yesterday but since I haven't taken it off all day, I thought I would share ☺
Scarves are my real downfall. I have so many, bought from many travels and associated with many memories. But I need to cull them And had made that decision yesterday then stumbled across this! This fab (Monsoon) snood has the most amazing colours woven through it. It cost me £1. 1 whole pound. Absolute bargain! But obviously all monies raised go towards good charitable causes and I get to rehome an awesomely snuggly colourful snood 😍😍 So, I have always loved charity shops. I donate, I buy. Family volunteer on them. I am not a follower of fashion and hate clothes shopping 😠 it's not often I pick up an item of clothing in charity shops, generally other household items or clothes for the kiddos. There has been a growing resurgence in their use for a variety of reasons but they are such a great way of reducing our unsustainable consumption and desire for new things when actually all we want is the item.
We will continue with our reassessment of all we buy and keep rehoming items that we can let go of and hope they are useful for someone else. Keep using your local charity shops!!! #charityshop #charityshopping #donations #secondhand #secondhandclothes #secondhandclothing #charity #ecoliving #charityshopfind #charityshopfinds #secondhandfashion #secondhandstuff