Second-hand September is fairly new. With the rise in sustainable shopping options at an all-time high, retailers on the UK’s high streets are scrambling to find ways to be more eco-friendly, while some are turning a blind eye and promoting fast fashion.

Oxfam, the charity which aims to fight global poverty, introduced Second-hand September earlier this week to urge shoppers in avoiding new clothing purchases for the month of September, and buying second-hand products instead.

This prompts the question: can the resale market take over the fast fashion market?

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