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Seasalt launches takeback and resale scheme

Fashion retailer Seasalt has teamed up with Reskinned on the launch of a takeback and resale initiative. The move means that customers can return preloved Seasalt… View Article

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Seasalt launches takeback and resale scheme

Fashion retailer Seasalt has teamed up with Reskinned on the launch of a takeback and resale initiative.

The move means that customers can return preloved Seasalt clothing in return for a £25 money-off voucher on their next purchase.

On the Reskinned website Seasalt said: “Whether it’s a favourite item that’s been mended many times or a garment that’s just not quite right anymore, we’ll take it, repair it, then find it a new home where it’ll be loved and worn for many more years to come.”

Products that have reached the end of their life will be responsibly recycled so nothing goes to landfill.

The initiative will help Seasalt to meet its sustainability targets which include using more certified sustainable materials in its products each year and working to become a carbon net-zero business by 2040.

Paul Hayes, chief executive at Seasalt, said: “We’re working hard to reduce our impact on the environment, so we are delighted to announce this partnership with Reskinned who are leaders in the circular fashion economy.

“Seasalt garments are high quality and made to love and last, but this will offer a convenient service for customers to trade items they’ve loved for a long time in a sustainable way.

“We are big believers in supporting positive change and this partnership is another step forward to Seasalt reaching its sustainability goals – I’m very much looking forward to seeing a successful partnership and how far it can grow in the years ahead.”

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