We are in an era where fast fashion is the production mode par excellence, brands produce clothes very quickly, very often, and for cheap. For example, per year, this can represent up to 36 different collections against 4 for a classic fashion brand. This way of doing things has a direct impact on the environment since low cost clothes are not designed to last. Of poor quality, they wear out faster, and must be renewed more regularly, which leads to a phenomenon of overconsumption. Fortunately, there is a solution to this problem: thrift stores! Indeed, shopping second hand allows you to reduce the bill, whether it is environmental or financial. Every piece of clothing purchased at a thrift store is a piece of clothing that will not be produced, raw materials and natural resources that will not be used.