The case for fewer—but better—clothes


I don’t think Tyner’s research would still be right if we consider surplus shopping with it. One of my hobbies is shopping at unknown surplus shops (ukay-ukay in Manila) with very low prices. You better believe me that I buy better there than branded and quality clothes shops. I mean used clothes that are cheaper but better than branded new clothes. How can I waste money that way? I even buy miscellaneous items which I could resell at higher prices! And I’m even helping the green environment by buying recycled which would otherwise end up in trash.

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