Fast Fashion vs Vintage Clothing

For better or worse, fast fashion and fast consumption is a huge part of the American way of life. You probably participate in it yourself, consciously or unconsciously.

As the owner of a local vintage clothing store in the Spokane, Washington, area, I’m very familiar with fast fashion and the concept of sustainability.

If you’ve been wondering how you can get off the fast fashion train but still stay stylish, I’ve got you! Here, I’ll break down quickly what fast fashion is.

What is Fast Fashion? Fast Fashion vs Vintage

Fashion is defined as a popular trend while fast fashion is when large-scale clothing manufacturers saturate the marketplace with excessive clothing in order to fulfill these fashion trends.

Fast fashion really took off and has been on the rise for the past 15 years. Think of brands like Charlotte Ruse, Forever 21, Shein, etc.

Vintage fashion is for everyone. Classic and timeless styles will always be relevant, and trends will always come and go.

Fast fashion is everywhere. It’s on our Facebook ads, on tv, social media and beyond.

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