With thrift stores hiking their prices, clothes swapping has become a sustainable alternative to refresh your wardrobe.
What does traditional retail lack that is causing a new generation of consumers to reinvent the shopping experience?
More Canadians have turned to second-hand shopping for clothing within the last couple years to battle fast fashion.
The idea of saving the environment by buying new clothes seems far-fetched. Yet, a Toronto-based kidswear brand called Nudnik made it possible. The company sells colourful T-shirts for children aged 1 to 6 made with 100 per cent organic cotton