Do you prefer to order clothes online and try them in at home or try them on in the store?
Although wheelchair friendly changing stalls do offer more room than the regular stall, they’re still tight for both a caregiver and a person in a wheelchair.
I, personally, like to order online and try on clothes at my leisure at home. If I get tired I can take a break and rest or choose to do it another day. I’m also able to make a better decision about what items to keep without the pressure to buy something.
Dani, I agree. I know I have shirts that I have been wearing for 15 years or more and I could almost live out my life buying very little. And I have a little doubt that all of this could have an affect on the environment. So many of us live oversold, meaning we are spending much more than we need to. But I know some people really enjoy shopping for clothing and we all have our hobbies and interest. But I will save my money for travel!
I follow a couple zero waste people and although I think it’s okay to try to minimize our waste, it won’t make much of a difference. Besides, the United States doesn’t pollute the planet as much as day India or China.
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