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.

thredUP

Gently used clothing for kids

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.

Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Natalie
    Natalie

    Hi Daily Grommet! Did you know your child is on track to outgrow 1,360 articles of clothing by age 17? At thredUP we provide the easiest way to save on top kids' clothing brands and hand -down outgrown clothes for cash. We’re here to help your children's closets, your wallet, and the planet! My name is Natalie and I’m here to answer any questions you have.

  • Lynn
    Lynn
    9/4/2012 3:33 PM

    I enjoyed going to your site and found some great items for my son. Snow pants that still had the tag on them! I would have loved to have seen sports player jerseys. They are so expensive and my son changes his mind very quickly as to who his favorite player is!

  • Natalie
    Natalie – Special Guest
    9/4/2012 4:25 PM

    @Lynn Glad you found some great stuff! :-) Keep checking back to find your son a jersey. We list thousands of new items daily and one of those could very well be the jersey your son is looking for - that day at least!

  •  Sunshine
    Sunshine
    9/5/2012 4:45 PM

    This is a really, really great idea and I will be utilizing your service once my little one grows just a little bit more!!!

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

thredUP

Gently used clothing for kids

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.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Natalie
    Natalie

    Hi Daily Grommet! Did you know your child is on track to outgrow 1,360 articles of clothing by age 17? At thredUP we provide the easiest way to save on top kids' clothing brands and hand -down outgrown clothes for cash. We’re here to help your children's closets, your wallet, and the planet! My name is Natalie and I’m here to answer any questions you have.

  • Lynn
    Lynn
    9/4/2012 3:33 PM

    I enjoyed going to your site and found some great items for my son. Snow pants that still had the tag on them! I would have loved to have seen sports player jerseys. They are so expensive and my son changes his mind very quickly as to who his favorite player is!

  • Natalie
    Natalie – Special Guest
    9/4/2012 4:25 PM

    @Lynn Glad you found some great stuff! :-) Keep checking back to find your son a jersey. We list thousands of new items daily and one of those could very well be the jersey your son is looking for - that day at least!

  •  Sunshine
    Sunshine
    9/5/2012 4:45 PM

    This is a really, really great idea and I will be utilizing your service once my little one grows just a little bit more!!!

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.