The fashion industry is one of the biggest industries existing. Unfortunately, this makes it also one of the largest pollutants in the environment. This is why it is so important to prolong the lifecycle of our garments while keeping them out of the landfills.
Fortunately, people now more than ever are recognizing that the clothes they no longer want will make much more of an impact when donated and brought to thrift stores, rather than tossed in the garbage.
Brittney Peters, an owner and curator of Flopsy Life (@flopsy.life), is a fan of thrifting & offering contemporary clothing along with gorgeous vintage. She created Flopsy Life as a collection of the things that fill life with beauty. Devoted to gathering & sharing objects & ideas that inspire people to live with confidence & creativity, she offers preloved & handmade treasures, focusing on luxurious textiles in a minimalist bohemian style.
Flopsy Life stands for that blissed out feeling you get when you wake from a deep sleep, before your brain kicks in & the only thing you can hear is your heart. The masks are off, roles forgotten, & all you are is yourself.