Clothing Swap: Best of the Best
Clothing Swap: Best of the Best
Bring 5 of your best pieces you no longer wear, to swap for 5 new pieces at Reclypt x Indigo Style Vintage's clothing swap!
Date: Saturday March 11th, 2023
Time: 1:00 - 4:00p
Location: 409 Lewis Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11233
Indigo Style Vintage - A few blocks from A/C
About this event
Reclypt and Indigo Style Vintage invite you to bring 5 of your best pieces you no longer wear, to swap for 5 new pieces! In an effort to eliminate disposable fashion, Reclypt helps facilitate clothing swaps and is partnering with Indigo Style Vintage to curate a best of the best swap.
1-2p: Participants will bring clothes
during which they can mingle, browse, play our “get to know you bingo game”, and hear more from the Indigo Style Vintage and Reclypt teams.
2p: Participants will begin swapping.
First come, first served, so be punctual if you can!
3p: Raffle off top items begins (more on that at event).
So bring your best stuff to get the best stuff!
4p: Swap/event ends
until then, participants are invited to enjoy light refreshments, drinks, and mingling.
Clothing has turned into a disposable commodity, directly contributing to climate change, gender inequality, social injustices, The average NYC household throws away about 120 pounds of textiles a year, amounting to approximately 13 Brooklyn Bridges of clothing, shoes, linens, and accessories in total. Additionally, 10 times as much textile waste is being thrown away before consumers see the products.
Circular fashion, keeping clothes out of landfills, helps to eliminate disposable fashion while encouraging personal style and self expression. Reclypt is educating and engaging New Yorkers on all things circular fashion, such as clothing swaps, vintage stores, and upcycle brands, like Indigo Style Vintage.
A clothing swap is a gathering of people who exchange their valued but no longer used clothing for “new” clothing they will use from someone else’s wardrobe. These swaps are an impactful and low cost way to extend the life of our clothes, divert textiles from landfills, mix up your wardrobe, and meet like-minded people.
Reclypt is more than an online marketplace for upcycled fashion, we're strengthening the community that aims to eliminate disposable fashion. We're helping New Yorkers increase the longevity of their style, on any budget, through our online store, mending clubs, clothing swaps, pop-ups, blog, social media channels, panel events, and more. Reclypt aims to educate and engage New Yorkers on circular fashion practices, brands, and changemakers.
Style lasts longer with community.
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About Indigo Style Vintage
Sheryl Roberts is a former model actress with over 30 years of experience in the fashion industry. She opened IndigoStyle Vintage and The Collective at IndigoStyle in 2019 as part is now open to multi brand lifestyle boutique celebrating diversity, culture and sustainability.Xl via and thanks our partners
Upcycling requires a lot less water and energy than buying new and recycling. It decreases textile waste, pollution, and greenhouse gas emissions. Overall, the practice of upcycling clothes lowers the demand for new clothing production, which is extremely wasteful and destructive for people and the planet.
Items will be shipping within 5 business days.
Made-to-Order products typically take 5-7 business days.
Once an item has been shipped, Reclypt is not responsible for packages lost or damaged in transit.
But we are MORE THAN happy to work with you to ensure you are satisfied.
To encourage reduced waste throughout our supply chain, Reclypt doesn't offer returns, but
instead "Satisfaction Guaranteed".
We strongly encourage our customers to shop intentionally, but if you are not satisfied with a product from Reclypt, please reach out and will HAPPILY work with you to ensure your satisfaction.
What is "Deadstock"?
Basically, any leftover fabric that is not being used. This can be untouched rolls of fabric, cut up fabric, or damaged fabric.
Nonetheless, it typically sits in a warehouse before it is thrown into landfills where it can take a life time to decompose, emitting harmful greenhouses gases as it does.
Also known by a few names, with “overstock”, “surplus fabric”, and “remnant” being the most common.