Buy less, but better with your effortless digital wardrobe
The mission of Save Your Wardrobe is to guide you on how to make the most of your wardrobe. Save Your Wardrobe will help you reconnect with the content of your wardrobe. Ultimately, encourage you to buy less, buy better, be happier.
YOUR EFFORTLESS DIGITAL WARDROBE
Build your digital wardrobe seamlessly through online receipts or by effortlessly capturing your items using computer vision.
AN ASSISTANT AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
Get personal recommendations based on your lifestyle, calendar and weather.
A FULL ECOSYSTEM OF SERVICES
Repair, dry clean and donate your items, and shop upcycled fashion with just one click through the app using our carefully curated partners.
An Ecosystem of Services
We curate an ecosystem of services as a way to upcycle and extend the life of your garments. Choose from a responsible range of service partners including Eco Dry Cleaning, Repairs, Donations and Responsible Shopping available to book from one unique platform.
Our Service Partners
Repairs & Alterations
Eco Dry Cleaning
Repairs & Cleaning
Save Your Wardrobe partners are committed to foster sustainable initiatives. Combined with our technology we have the common mission to streamline sustainable living.
Orsola De Castro Co-Founder and Creative Director of Fashion Revolution
I love the way that technology gets married with ancient wisdom. I love the fact that we’re looking at sewing, repairing and mending and finding really sustainable systems to keep our clothes much longer.
Katie Baron, Head of Retail at Stylus
Save Your Wardrobe will launch in beta with a concept conceived to tackle the fashion gorge via the somewhat sexier, streamlining-honed lens of personal lifestyle management
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Matthew Drinkwater, Head of Fashion Innovation Agency at the London College of Fashion
There’s also a very young startup called Save Your Wardrobe. They’re beginning to explore the digital assistant space and could do something really exciting
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From Agro-Waste To Wearable Textiles
Interview with Shikha Shah, Founder and CEO of AltMatCotton T-shirts, Polyester Dresses and Denim are featured in many of our wardrobes, but do we really know just how much our favourite items of clothing are affecting the environment? All conventional fibres that constitute our items of clothing have different environmental and social impacts and as […]
Introduction to the Series: Sustainable Fashion in the Global South
Fashion is borderless. It affects 60 million garment workers around the world, 161 million people working through the industry supply chain and 7.8 billion global consumers. Now more than ever, as levels of consumption continue to increase around the globe, we are witnessing the adverse impact on people, animals and the natural environment. We are […]
Who Made Your Clothes?
‘Made in China’. ‘Made in India’. ‘Made in Peru’. On the brief occasion where we may glance at the tag on our clothes, perhaps to check laundry instructions or the size, the label tells us the origin of our clothing. China has a population of almost 1.4 billion, and covers 9.5 million square kilometers, not […]
Good On You, Great on the environment
On April 24th, 2013 a garment factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh collapsed and 1,134 people died in this tragic event that shocked the world. It was a wake up call for the entire fashion community, as well as consumers. That was when important organisations, such as Fashion Revolution were born to advocate for the rights of […]