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The art of secondhand styling & shopping

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Ever wondered how you can get this season's must have looks but also save money and the planet at the same time?  This is the masterclass for you.  

Hosted by a panel of Australia’s biggest names in sustainable styling and fashion, you’ll get practical tips to help you uncover secondhand treasure in your neighbourhood and learn how to style secondhand pieces too.

Natalie Shehata
is the founder + editor of tommie magazine ‘the destination for creative Womxn with a conscience’, as well as the Eco Stylist for Save the Children Australia op shops nationally. Her fashion styling career spans 11 years. She founded tommie magazine with the intention to change the way we consume and interpret fashion, by educating and bringing an awareness to how our clothes are made and what actually happens ‘behind the seams’ - both in the manufacturing of our clothing and the advertising of them. You can follow Natalie’s adventures over at @nattystylist and learn more about tommie magazine @tommiemag

Never Ever Pay Retail opshop blogger, Hannah Klose, has been thrifting since birth thanks to her mum’s opshop obsession! When she’s not blogging about the best secondhand hot spots at you can catch her styling recycled runway shows or sniffing out a bargain somewhere in Brisbane. She lives by the mantra ‘buy nothing new’ (except for underwear) and 99% of her wardrobe is pre-loved. Follow her on instagram @nevereverpayretail to see some everyday sustainable style that doesn’t have to cost the earth!

Jenelle Witty (@inspiringwit) is the founder and editor of Inspiring Wit. Inspiring Wit is a fashion, beauty, and travel blog inspiring modern women save time with tips on style and how to get more mileage out of your closet. Founded in 2014, Inspiring Wit began as a fashion blog sharing a curated take on street style. Jenelle also shares styling videos on IGTV curating a wearable modern wardrobe for effortless outfits across all seasons. Shopping smart is a core focus across her blog, Jenelle believes sustainability in the fashion industry starts with the consumer!

About Trail Tutorials

This event is brought to you by the people behind Garage Sale Trail, Australia's #1 sustainability and community event, and a group over over 115 councils around Australia.  It's part of a series dedicated to helping Australians farewell fast fashion forever.

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