Reworn.co currently lists over 100.000 items from various different second-hand websites, and updates frequently to keep all items fresh. Reworn.co makes it more easy to browse vintage and second hand clothing and also helps you provide the right items for you with various different filters while promoting buying second hand. We believe that second-hand and vintage shopping is the right way to buy clothes in the future because of it being cheaper, environmentally friendly and offers a much more diverse selection of clothing.
Reworn currently lists items like luxury jewelry and jewelry from big brands, designer clothing for low prices, and other clothing from brands like Nike, Adidas, Tommy Hilfiger, Tommy Jeans, Polo Ralph Lauren, Puma, Supreme, Levi's, Calvin Klein, and many more...
Coco Chanel, Donna Karan, Giorgio Armani, Calvin Klein, Donatella Versace, Ralph Lauren, Christian Dior, Tom Ford, Pierre Cardin, Yves Saint Laurent, Christian Louboutin, Karl Lagerfeld, Roberto Cavalli, Marc Jacobs, Dolce and Gabbana, Valentino Garavani, Miuccia Prada, Tommy Hilfiger, Carolina Herrera, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Herve Leger, Stella McCartney, Ralph Rucci, Salvatori Ferragamo, Jimmy Choo, Alexandre Herchovitch, Mossimo Giannulli, Kate Spade, Allegra Versace, Michael Kors, Isabel Marant, Paul Smith
Why Shop Second Hand?
🤑 Save Money
While today's fashion trends become more and more expensive, by shopping second hand you'll often find clothing for up to 90% off the retail price. On average, second-hand clothing costs 50% less than it does from the stores.
♻️ Save The Environment
The production of clothing has a big impact on the environment. Huge amounts of resources are needed to produce your fashion. For one pair of jeans, between 900 and 1,500 gallons of water is needed. Shopping second hand also prevents perfectly good clothing from ending up on the landfill.
🙋 Support Small Businesses
Support smaller businesses and individuals instead of big organizations.
Reworn currently lists items from sites like Ebay, Etsy, Rokit, ASOS, Materialworld, tradesy, thredup, united wardrobe, grailed and more
Any feedback on the beta or final version of the app is greatly appreciated and we take all recommendations into consideration.
Ways to Save Money on Clothing:
Buy Second Hand Clothing at Thrift Stores
Thrift stores are gaining more and more popularity. People that shop at thrift stores find thrift stores as one of the cheapest ways to buy your clothes. Thrifting is often looked at as an dirty alternative to buying your clothes new, but that’s far from the truth. Not only do you often find new, unworn clothes, you will also find lots of expensive and designer brands if you look long enough (especially if you live in a fancy neighbourhood).
Buy Second Hand Clothing at Online Marketplaces
Online marketplace undoubtedly give you the most diverse selection of clothing. With sites like Ebay listing well over 1,000,000 second hand clothing items and Etsy with more than 4,500,000 second hand and self-made items, there will always be something you like. One tradeoff of shopping second hand clothing online is the fact that people are often aware of the value of what there selling and that you’ll often have to pay shipping costs. With all the different second hand clothing sites out there it can get difficult to browse them all, to help you with that, I created Reworn.co, so definitely give it a try an let me know what you think.
Sell Clothing You no Longer Wear
As described in the points above, “old” clothing can often have a lot of value, if not for you, probably for someone else. This means that you can often get some money from older items that are just laying in your wardrobe. Once you can get a good balance and price while selling your clothes, you can essentially buy your clothes for free. You can also try to shop for good deals on second hand site and try to flip them for a profit