Making an effort to purchase vintage and thrift clothing is so good for the earth, community and local economies. The vintage tag is truly recycled, truly eco-friendly and truly child-labor-free. Besides vintage being a do-gooder, it’s so fun to re-issue styles back into the fashion world.
So come on and stop corporate greed, global competition and nasty old sweatshops. By purchasing products that are recycled, fairly traded, cooperatively produced or produced in a unionized factory, you can help end sweatshop and forced child labor. Be good to each other and start getting your wardrobe legitimately clean.
Filthy Rebena’s customers have a unique style and eschew from generic, main-stream fashion culture. Along with their street-market style they possess an awareness – a social consciousness. There is a lot more to our customers than a preference for lack of visible branding, quality products and reasonable pricing. Our customers are concerned about the world and want to do their part to make it a better place.
Owner Natalie in a recycled crop-top, USA-Made Levi’s and American Apparel flats
The gypsy owners built Filthy Rebena to share their style and savvy values with conscious consumers that want to participate in fashion trends in a manner that is cost effective, healthy and better for our planet and communities. Your purchase of recycled clothing matters by minimizing your impact on the planets limited resources, by making a statement about the manner in which your purchase is produced and how the profits are reinvested into the community. Keep on doing good lil’ Rebena’s.