Although thrifting has definitely become more of a trend recently, there’s still quite a lot of stigma remaining around shopping for secondhand clothing. The sustainable fashion industry is slowly gaining more popularity one brand at a time and the The Consistency Project is no exception.
The Consistency Project strives to promote one way to achieve a sustainable lifestyle, which is through vintage clothing shopping. Their goal is to try and break the cycle of waste that as a society we’re all guilty of participating in one way or another, through reusing clothing that’s already in the waste stream. In honor of Earth Month, the brand has partnered with Package Free Shop to host a pop-up with all of their latest thrifted pieces.
The pop-up has been up since last Saturday, but there’s still time remaining to check out whats in store. Their stock currently has a range of the perfect bits n pieces for the spring time and their denim is to die for.
Happy sustainable shopping!
When: till April 14th
While we’re on the topic of sustainability, you should check out; Celsious, the Brooklyn laundromat that’s changing the modern laundry game.
featured image: instagram.com/theconsistencyproject