3thrifty5, the Johannesburg-based independent online clothing retailer specialising in thrifted, vintage and collectible garments, is hosted pop-up this November.
Started in 2018 by university student Declan Gibbon and his ‘bestest homie’ Numan Koor, 3thrifty5 – with a cult following of South Africa’s urban youth, a rapidly growing social media fan base and held in the same regard as the ‘OG’ thrift – is well known for its unique pop-up events at exciting locations all over Johannesburg from Newtown to Westcliff.
Its latest THRIFT POP UP took place at The Bioscope, 44 Stanley in Milpark, Johannesburg on Sunday 1 November from 10am to 5pm.
Environmental and social sustainability is the bedrock of 3Thrifty5’s business model – it offers an alternative source of clothing with a much smaller carbon footprint, and with its ethically sourced second-hand clothing it offers an affordable and environmentally sustainable solution to the ever-increasing consumer demand for clothing. 3thrifty5 also supports inner city small and micro-businesses, creating networks amongst multiple suppliers and it prides itself on providing a platform for people to access ethically sourced clothing, support small businesses, and lead sustainable lives.