#prelovedfashion

What Is Fast Fashion?

Clothing that is inexpensive and rapidly mass-produced and marketed is fast fashion. Think Forever 21, H&M, Old Navy, and Zara, to name a few. Zara isn’t exactly “inexpensive,” so people are often surprised to learn they are as “fast fashion” as the others. Because fast fashion is made so, well, fast, it is generally less sustainable and lower quality. This …

How To Find The Value Of Your Clothing

So there’s a shirt in your closet that you love but you don’t wear anymore. You don’t want to donate it because it has value to you – perhaps you spent $90 on it, and it’s still in like-new shape, and you’re thinking, “I can sell this. But for how much?” The answer is literally at your fingertips. We use …

No thanks. I don’t thrift.

The two most common ways to thrift are in-store and online. If you’re a seasoned in-store thrifter, you know it can take a lot of time to find the perfect item. It can be a lot of work, for instance, learning the best days for new products, utilizing discount days/colored tags days, and knowing where the best thrifting stores are …

“Embracing the Charm of Pre-Loved Fashion”

In the realm of fashion, the choice to embrace second-hand items, or as we affectionately call them, “pre-loved,” might not resonate with everyone, and that’s perfectly fine. Every individual has their own reasons for their preferences, and here at 2M, we respect that. Navigating thrift stores is a process we are all too familiar with. It takes a discerning eye …