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Recycled Fashion Tour - 09 November 2019

Sutherland Shire Council - Waste Services
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Nov 09 9:00AM - 1:00PM

Have you ever thought about the impacts of fast fashion on our environment? Do you want to reduce your environmental impact and still grab a bargain? Yes, it is possible saving the environment and hundreds of dollars while still being fashionable.

Come along on this fun day out where you will be guided on a tour through the local op shops learning how to shop a variety of clothes you can wear throughout the seasons, bags, bargains, books and furniture. Learn how to identify labels, what is a good buy vs a great buy and how to make your dollar spread even further, whilst doing your part to minimising the amount of clothes that end up in landfill.

Also, to reduce your environmental impact, on the day please bring along an items like clothes or book that you do not need any more. So during the day you can swap it with someone or donate it to a local charity.

This workshop is not suitable for children and you must be a Sutherland Shire resident to attend.

Online bookings for this workshop open 3 weeks prior to the workshop date.

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