Model in front of a rainbow beach umbrella on a beach wearing a Kut from the Kloth denim jacket, tan Kut from the Kloth tank top, and yellow Kut from the Kloth denim shorts Model in front of a rainbow beach umbrella on a beach wearing a Kut from the Kloth denim jacket, tan Kut from the Kloth tank top, and yellow Kut from the Kloth denim shorts

We're Committed to a Brighter Future of Fashion

72K

Kut from the Kloth items recirculated and given a second chance.

1.4M

miles of driving emissions avoided.

11.2M

gallons of drinking water saved.*

Model in a tropical resort standing on a brick road wearing a striped Kut from the Kloth sleeveless top and distressed Kut from the Kloth jeans
Model in a tropical resort standing on a brick road wearing a striped Kut from the Kloth sleeveless top and distressed Kut from the Kloth jeans

Join Us in Taking Steps Toward a Healthier Planet

36B clothing items are thrown away each year in the US, 95% could be reused or recycled.**

Model standing on a beach wearing a tan bucket hat, white Kut from the Kloth sleeveless top, and orange corduroy Kut from the Kloth belted pants
Model standing on a beach wearing a tan bucket hat, white Kut from the Kloth sleeveless top, and orange corduroy Kut from the Kloth belted pants

Help Make Sustainability Part of the Everyday

Shopping secondhand displaces the need for new clothing production and diverts items from landfills.

Model in a tropical resort in front of a watermelon pool floatie and pink outdoor chair wearing a straw hat, blue sleeveless Kut from the Kloth sleeveless top, and green Kut from the Kloth casual pants Model in a tropical resort in front of a watermelon pool floatie and pink outdoor chair wearing a straw hat, blue sleeveless Kut from the Kloth sleeveless top, and green Kut from the Kloth casual pants

Rewear. Recirculate. Repeat.

Turn your gently used clothes into thredUP shopping credit in a few easy steps.

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*Source: Green Story Inc. Learn More. **EPA Clothing and Footwear Waste Estimates