These stores will reward you for dropping off your unwanted clothes — they may even repair them
UNIQLO initiative, customers may get their garments repaired by an employee at the SoHo flagship store at a flat rate of $5.
If you spend $100 or more, THE NORTH FACE will give you a $10 credit.
Levi's SecondHand, much like Patagonia, accepts vintage and previously worn denim in exchange for store credit or a gift card.
The American Eagle Outfitters store chain encourages its customers to donate their worn-out denim instead of tossing it away.
CARTER'S Baby & Kid Clothing Free Recycling Program gives points that may be used for savings.
H&M introduced a Conscious Exclusive rental service in Stockholm in 2019.
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