25% off clothes with Swop2Shop gift vouchers

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Get your mitts on some reduced, recycled clothing at Swop2Shop

Get your mitts on some reduced, recycled clothing at Swop2Shop

Save 25% on clothes this Christmas!

You might remember a while ago I told you about a great pair of jeans I nabbed from Swop2Shop.

I still love these jeans, in fact; they are now officially my ‘favourites’. Come rain or shine (more rain at the moment) I wear them dressed up or down and they see me through the day.

I’ve been thinking about Christmas as it’s not so far away now and we’ve teamed up with Swop2Shop to bring you a fabulous solution to your zero waste Christmas shopping.

I’ve got a few girlfriends who are trendy, sexy and love nothing more than a bit of clothes shopping, but since having children, their disposable income has dropped. Money that was once spent on the latest skirt or fashion accessory is now being spent on Lift the flap books and babygrows.

So what better present this year than a voucher for Swop2Shop?

I would never choose my friends an item of clothing, but with a voucher, they can buy something special for themselves. If I give them money I know they’ll spend it on their gorgeous children, but I want to spoil these wonderful women in my life; a voucher is the perfect solution for clothes shopping without the guilt.

And, as a double whammy, all these clothes are being kept out of landfill by being recycled AND you can deliver the voucher in a pdf, so no need for paper and card waste either! It’s the perfect feel good pressie!

Get in on the act with 25% off a £25 gift voucher voucher for Swop2Shop; with that discount it’s perfect for treating yourself too. You’ll end up with 30 points to spend on anything you wish on the Swop2shop site for £18.75 instead of £25!

All you have to do is register with Swop2Shop and enter the code MZW50 at the checkout to claim your 25% discount.


About the Author ()

I am a long time supporter of the Green and Sustainable lifestyle. After being caught in the Boscastle floods in 2004, our family begun a journey to respect and promote the importance of Earth's fragile ecosystem, that focussed on reducing waste. Inspired by the beauty and resourcefulness of this wonderful planet, I have published numerous magazine articles on green issues and the author of four books.

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