New Year, New Repairs: Save Your Wardrobe is giving away free repairs in January
words by Georgia Stidwell
January 7, 2022
Having a new year, new you moment? Breathe new life back into your wardrobe by getting your clothes altered, repaired or wet cleaned for free curtesy of Save Your Wardrobe!
Save Your Wardrobe are offering our London based app usership a chance to get garments repaired, altered or wet cleaned completely free of charge for the entire month of January.*
January is a month of renewal with many adopting an ‘in with the new out with the old’ mentality. Our campaign aims to reverse this mindset, instilling the idea that all items are valuable and can be made new again through sustainable aftercare solutions. Save Your Wardrobe emphasises the importance of making the most of what you already have and what better way to do so than by finally getting your items repaired, altered or cleaned to perfection? We hope to support consumers who are already moving the needle towards values of greater circularity and sustainability, illustrating just how simple yet crucial repairs and alterations are.
At Save Your Wardrobe we are committed to making garment aftercare ever more accessible and affordable through tech-enabled solutions. Our circular model for aftercare supports local service providers and small businesses, connecting them to our app users. Whilst checking out our free services campaign via the app make sure to explore all our other partners. Our providers have all been vetted to make sure quality standards are met, as well as to ensure alignment in values of circularity, eco-friendly practices and ethics.
With your help Save Your wardrobe is redefining sustainability, one repair at a time!
Register for your free repair, alteration or wet clean via the services tab of the Save Your Wardrobe app.
*Terms and conditions apply
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