Get inspired and look unique through thrifty vintage and Y2K clothing finds at a Habitat HMD ReStore
The Burlington, Milton and Orangeville ReStores have an amazing clothing section. With Vintage Fashion trending this year, the folks at Habitat for Humanity Halton-Mississauga-Dufferin ReStore have stocked up on affordable vintage and Y2K clothing for this spring and summer that you may be searching for! Vintage and Y2K clothing have gotten really popular in 2021. Due to social media influencers and celebrities making thrifting trendy, People want to pop out along with being unique with what they wear. With that in mind, shopping at the ReStores gives you the ability to purchase amazing, one of a kind, affordable clothing.
You can piece together and perhaps, in the process, may discover your own sense of style. Get affordable clothing at the ReStores that makes you feel great about yourself and allows you to express yourself in your own way. Find a variety of vintage clothing items that you can design, put together, sew, cut or even paint and draw. Your unique finds give you the creative ability to do some DIY reconstruction. There are many clothing options to mix and match with and you may also find new colour combinations that compliment you.
A great benefit of purchasing vintage or Y2K clothing is that, since it either is secondhand or unused inventory that are donated, it means that, through your purchase, you’re contributing to the recycling community. Moreso, another thing you may not know — aside from purchasing pre-loved clothes, you can donate to the ReStore any unwanted clothing and these, in turn, can give other individuals awesome, stylish, cool, or vintage clothing finds. The ReStores have and accept tops, like T-shirts, tank tops, collared, knitted, patterned and sequin tops. Bottoms, like jeans, joggers, shorts and skirts. Dresses that are flowy, casual, floral, fancy, long, short and for the summer. Jackets, cover ups and sweaters. Accessories like scarves, hats, bags, purses, glasses and jewelry, like earrings, necklaces, rings and bracelets. Shoes like high heels, sneakers, hiking boots, rain boots, and more for Men, women, children, etc. All these form a circular economy, meaning you’re donating for others to purchase which allows them to reuse the clothing you may be thinking of throwing out. Cool, eh?
Our ReStores help save the environment, because something that might have ended up in a disposal site, refusing to biodegrade can now have a second chance at life in your closet. Purchasing items that already exist prevents existing clothes and other products from creating waste of energy and resources. That being so, Our ReStores help sustainability by recycling used clothing and give everyone endless fashion possibilities.
There is amazing fashion in 2021, join in and find many vintage, one-of-a-kind outfits for the best prices. It’s highly unlikely that anyone else is walking around in the same clothes as you. Inspire others to have a look for themselves, benefit the environment, plus be outstanding, unique and, at the same time, look incredible.
The Habitat HMD ReStore is an amazing place to shop for used stuff like furniture, appliances, kitchens, clothes & accessories, home décor, doors, electronics, building materials, and more. Some are unused and brand new and all are generously donated by companies and people from our community of Halton Region (Burlington, Oakville, Milton and Halton Hills), Mississauga and Dufferin (Orangeville, etc.). Every visit to the ReStore is different, and every purchase helps support the home building projects in our communities. We also help save the environment through recycling and upcycling of pre-owned items.
All our ReStores in Burlington, Milton, Mississauga and Orangeville reopened to in-store shopping on June 11th, at 10 am. The temporary curbside pickup setup during the April-June stay-at-home order has ended as the priority goes to in-store shopping. For the latest updates, head to our website. Locations of our ReStores for drop-off and store hours are located here.
Written by: Nicole Kozielec and Abe Cipriano