Fashion is often criticised for being fast and disposable, but a group of Perth bloggers are proving old doesn't necessarily mean outdated.
Perth Fashion Festival hand-picked seven Perth fashionistas to take part in the Restyle challenge this year.
Each participant had to shop exclusively at an op shop for a month, posting pictures of their daily outfits.
Mt Lawley resident Claire Mueller, 27, started her blog Harbour Master about three years ago when she was a fashion student in Melbourne.
Ms Mueller, who partnered with St Vincent de Paul Society during the challenge, said op-shop finds were often more exciting than buying something new.
"Some of my best pieces are from op shops," she said.
"I've found jackets that would normally retail for over $1000 new, designer heels and vintage finds that have details and finishes you just don't see in new clothes."
"I have always been into sustainable fashion, not just because it is the right thing to do, but also because it's genuinely fun and exciting.
Angeline Dowding, 23, went to Anglicare for her op-shop outfits.
Ms Dowding who runs fashion website The Love Thread, said patience was needed when shopping in op shops for the first time.
"The best stuff tends to hide between the racks," she said.
Bloggers, who are fast replacing celebrities on the fashion front row, have changed the fashion landscape all over the world.
Sydney-based bloggers Romy Frydman and Giuseppe Santamaria were flown into Perth by PFF sponsors Peroni, to offer their take on the festival this year.
Frydman, who has been a contributor for various glossy magazines including Marie Claire and Vogue Australia, said she enjoyed the independence of her job.
"My website StyleMeRomy gives me the freedom to express the things I thought were missing from traditional fashion coverage," she said.
Santamaria, who runs Men in this Town, said he started his website to capture the style of the average man, not just the fashion elite.