For some, wearing a t-shirt on a Friday may not be feasible with an employer or school dress code, however, others may celebrate the end of a working week with a casual dress day. Perhaps it wouldn't be so bad to try and encourage an otherwise uniform workplace, school or university to promote the idea. I recall a 'non-uniform day' during my schooling years, we were asked to donate a gold coin to wear our casuals rather than traditional uniform, the coins were collected for a specific charity. Could this be a way to override an otherwise formal dress code, just for one day?
Salvos Stores Chief Executive Officer, Allen Dewhirst, explained that it "takes 2,700 litres to produce just one cotton t-shirt".
“We are extremely passionate about educating people on the importance of recycling and just how much their small involvement can help the environment,” he said.
Naturally, the campaign emphasises that if one does not own a vintage tee, there are plenty of donated pre-loved ones to buy from any of Salvos' 200 charitable retail stores across the country.
Some second hand tee inspiration from the www: