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When you’ve got kids to dress, keeping their closets stocked with items that fit and are in-season requires a perpetual cycle of clothes-swapping. thredUP has a plan to make kids’ wardrobe refreshes easier on you and your budget. It boils down to this: Out with the old, in with the almost new.
thredUP
New To You

When you’ve got kids to dress, keeping their closets stocked with items that fit and are in-season requires a perpetual cycle of clothes-swapping. thredUP has a plan to make kids’ wardrobe refreshes easier on you and your budget. It boils down to this: Out with the old, in with the almost new.

Founded by three entrepreneurs -- James Reinhart, Oliver Lubin, and Chris Homer -- thredUP is an online shop for lightly-used kids’ clothes. The merchandise team hand-selects all the clothes thredUP accepts, so some of the items for sale are unworn and the rest are in like-new condition. The tech-savvy founders made sure the online shopping experience is easy and informative; there’s a photo of every item for sale, and the size and brand are clearly labeled. Selling your own kids’ clothes is easy, too. When your kids outgrow clothing, simply fill up a thredUP bag and put it in the mail. The company covers the shipping costs and then pays you for every item that’s resold to other parents.

Name-brand clothes in great condition, budget-friendly prices, and the good feeling you get from recycling clothes -- shopping for kids never felt so satisfying.