Fashion certainly changes over time (and sometimes we should be grateful for that!) But sometimes it’s fun to look back over the years to see how styles change and trends come and go. A lot of modern fashion is based on previous eras so knowing how to nail the looks of days gone by can give you clues on today’s trends. We’ve put together a guide to the decades, from 1920s to 1990s, using clothing found in our very own stores to demonstrate some of the highlights of the past.
The rain held off in Retford yesterday as a crowd of shoppers gathered to welcome the new Salvation Army charity shop. The doors were officially opened at 10.30am (Thursday 16 June) by the charity’s Major Ray Mackereth at 19 Carolgate.
The Salvation Army opened its latest charity shop in Altrincham this week. The doors were officially opened by the charity’s Divisional Commander, Major Alan Watters, at 10.30am on Wednesday 15 June at 101 George Street.
From 1 to 12 June marks the annual National Volunteers’ Week, which celebrates and recognises the value of volunteers across the UK. Here, we are celebrating some of our own amazing volunteers by telling their stories. Get ready to be inspired!
University students across the UK are being called upon to recycle their unwanted items thanks to a partnership between university accommodation provider Campus Living Villages and Salvation Army Trading Company.
Customers at our Walton-on-Thames charity shop got a surprise when they found singer and presenter, Aled Jones, behind the till yesterday (Monday 6 June).
The Salvation Army opened its latest charity shop in Langley Mill last week. Located at 7 The Acorn Shopping Centre, this is the first time the charity has opened a shop on a retail park.
Much-loved singer and presenter, Aled Jones, is showing his support for The Salvation Army’s appeal for volunteers by rolling up his sleeves and giving his time at the charity’s Walton-on-Thames shop on Monday 6 June.
Glaitness School in the Orkney Islands town of Kirkwall has teamed up with Salvation Army Trading Company to join a recycling scheme. The children at the school were the first in Orkney to partner with the charity, which will see them donate their unwanted clothes, shoes and other textile items to help raise money for their school as well as The Salvation Army.
Last week, we headed to the internationally renowned and critically acclaimed arts college, Central Saint Martins, to meet groups of second year BA Fashion Communication & Promotion and BA Fashion Knitwear students. We’re delighted to be working with the college again this year on a design project, which aims to create fashion concepts from donated materials, giving new life to seemingly end-of-life clothes.
A crowd of local residents gathered this morning to welcome the new Salvation Army Trading Company charity shop in Aldershot, which officially opened at 10.30am. Lieutenant-Colonel David Shakespeare, Assistant Divisional Commander for The Southern Division of The Salvation Army performed the ribbon-cutting ceremony and welcomed shoppers inside.
Residents across Devon and Torbay will now be able to help raise vital funds for The Salvation Army just by donating their unwanted clothes, shoes and other textiles. Thanks to a recent decision from a Devon and Torbay’s partnership, Salvation Army Trading Company has been awarded the contract to manage over 70 donation banks as well as a number of kerbside collections throughout the county.