Thrift and Vintage Fashion Styling

About DashA'veri Thrift and Vintage

Welcome to DashA’veri Vintage & Thrift! An awesome one stop shop for Thrift and Vintage Fashion Styling, apparel, and décor for the eclectic and stylish on a budget.

DashA’veri Vintage & Thrift began in 2013, on a Kitchen desktop in a two bedroom apartment, Located in Richmond, Virginia. Our store and the brand was cultivated from the passion of Lifestyle Blogger, Author and Mental Health Advocate I’esha “GaptoothDiva” Hornes. She named her store after her two sons, A’veri and Dash, whom she credits as being her daily inspirations. I’esha GaptoothDiva’s dedication to DIY, Thrifting, & sustainable fashion birthed an online store committed to promoting a unique personal style that doesn’t rob you of all your hard-earned coins.

She named her store after her two oldest sons, A’veri and Dash, whom she credits as being her daily inspirations. I’esha GaptoothDiva’s dedication to DIY, Thrifting, & sustainable fashion birthed an online store committed to promoting a unique personal style that doesn’t rob you of all your hard-earned coins.

We sell Thrift and Vintage Fashion Styling services, and Vintage/Thrifted clothing and décor because we love it!

What thrifting, vintage, and second-hand apparel shopping can do for the environment and your wallet is nothing to shake your head about. About 98% of all our clothing and fashion in the United States alone comes from overseas, according to ABC News.

The methods in which clothes are made could range anywhere from environmentally hazardous conditions or sweatshops in which a large population of workers who are underage and/or impoverished. Once clothing is received in the country, bought and sold, and then worn, many items are then thrown into the trash and shipped to our landfills.

Why You Should Support Thrift & Vintage Apparel

Clothing production is extremely costly to our environment. If we can get more people to purchase and appreciate second-hand apparel, that’s one less item being created.

Synthetic fibers such as polyester require a lot of energy to create. In addition, these fibers and materials produce such things like crude oil. So of course, purchasing vintage and thrift clothing produce a smaller carbon footprint, saving our beautiful mother earth.

In addition, it’s a great way to save, be more creative with your personal style, and re-purpose distinctive items for your own contemporary lifestyle. You will never have to worry about someone wearing your same exact outfit when you shop vintage and thrift.

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