Let’s talk about small businesses and COVID-19! I know I talk about supporting small local businesses all the time but here I go again, because it’s more important now than ever before! Here’s why:
A question I get asked aaaallllll the time: “what do I do with old cosmetics and skincare?” It’s a tricky one because many people have a lot of old products hanging around, and in their quests to choose better products, they’re often left wondering what to do with it all.
It’s easy to make grand statements about doing completely non-material gifts, instead opting for experiences, cash, or donations alone. But the truth is that when it comes to kids, it’s not that easy. Kids need “things” more often than adults, as they outgrow clothing and require age-appropriate toys and games. That’s okay! There’s still a way to save money, packaging, and the resources that go into producing new goods, and that’s by shopping secondhand.
Last but certainly not least: today’s feature is Turnabout Luxury Resale. This BC collection of consignment stores offer shoppers high-quality and designer resale fashion and accessories. Today I’m interviewing Erin Mathews, Social Media & E-Commerce Manager at Turnabout.
If you look at the vast majority of clothing retailer window displays and websites, or even lists of bloggers to follow, you’ll see that the people depicted are predominantly white, able-bodied, thin/standard-size, and cisgender.