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  1. 1. Thrifty Living<br />Jessi Arrington: Nothing New To Wear<br />Maria Dora Berruti<br />Thrifty Living<br /><br />
  2. 2. The Radical Wardrobe <br />Jessi Arrington challenges us to live a thrifty life by cutting down our consumer habits and begin buying secondhand, which benefits three major areas: the environment, your moral fiber and your finances.<br />Maria Dora Berruti<br />Thrifty Living<br />
  3. 3. Environment Friendly<br />No additional energy<br />Transportation fuel already burned<br />Diverts reusable items from landfills<br />Maria Dora Berruti<br /><br />Thrifty Living<br />
  4. 4. Habitat for Humanity uses recycled items to help build homes for people in need.<br /><br />Maria Dora Berruti<br />Thrifty Living<br />
  5. 5. Money Saver<br />Prices in a thrift store average from $2.99- $7.99 <br />You save 95% of what you normally spend.<br />Maria Dora Berruti<br />Thrifty Living<br />
  6. 6. Thrifty Living<br />Maria Dora Berruti<br />Unique look for less.<br />
  7. 7. The Feel Good<br />buying thrift enables you to save money<br />saving money enables you to give more to folks who need more than you. <br />great way to express yourself. <br />believe you’re beautiful inside and out, you can pull anything off. <br />Maria Dora Berruti<br />Thrifty Living<br /><br />
  8. 8. Maria Dora Berruti<br />Thrifty Living<br />Celebrate good deeds!<br />
  9. 9. Thrifty Living<br />Maria Dora Berruti<br />Try it on for size<br />The how to of thrift store shopping:1. Start from the front.2. Try it on!3. Scan4. Mondays & Wednesdays5. It’s YOUR style.<br />