Are you obsessed with all things sustainable? If your fashion reflects your love of thrifting, this comp is for you.
Online charity shop Thriftify and Ireland’s top sustainable advocates The Useless Project have launch a nationwide search for Ireland’s top sustainable stylist.
This competition aims to show fashion fans that fashion needn’t cost the planet and that you can be stylish and sustainable by shopping pre-loved!
Speaking about the search for Ireland’s top sustainable stylists, Geraldine Carton and Taz Kelleher from the Useless Project said; “We are looking for participants to have a bit of fun with this – to let those creative juices flow and really show off your personality with each ensemble! We would love to find people who know how to make clothes sing and stand out from a crowd; and who can find a preloved jewel amongst the rest of the bargains on Thriftify.
We can’t wait to see our Instagram community get involved with the voting too as they are quite the discerning bunch! We’ll be showcasing the top contenders on our stories, so we will be letting the public have the final say on the top sustainable stylist, and of course the winner of the amazing charity shop warehouse adventure!”
Want to get involved?
Anyone can enter – all you have to do is fill out a short application form.
From there, 16 successful applicants will be chosen, with each contestant given a €50 budget to spend on Thriftify.ie.
Using the items bought, the sustainable stylists will put together 3 outfits which will be showcased on The Useless Project Instagram stories, where the co-founders Geraldine Carton and Taz Kelleher will open up a public vote, encouraging their audience of 43,000+ sustainability enthusiasts to vote for the best outfits.
What’s the prize?
- Cash prize of €100
- A trip to a charity shop warehouse (once restrictions allow) with access to countless incredible finds before they hit the shelves
- A personalised 15% off code for Thrifty.ie to share with their family and friends
The comp closes on March 1st so be quick!