New Startup Offers Shared, Sustainable Fashion for Kids

At wearhop.com, parents can now rent new or ‘like new’ kids’ clothing and return when kids outgrow.

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As the sharing economy booms, wearhop.com is a new solution for parents frustrated by how much money they spend on clothing...and how quickly kids outgrow them.

Washington, DC (PRWEB) February 27, 2014

As the sharing economy booms, wearhop.com—a new solution for parents frustrated by how much money they spend on clothing and how quickly kids outgrow them—is offering parents a new approach: rent for a season.

Built on the premise of recycling and reusing high-quality children’s clothing, wearhop’s first-ever sustainable business model allows parents to rent new and ‘like new’ clothing at significant discounts. When a child is done wearing the clothes—simply send them back.

At wearhop.com, a typical season-long rental is priced at 40% off retail for new items, and up to 70% off retail for ‘like new’ items. Wearhop carries premium brands like mini Boden, Janie & Jack, Hanna Andersson, Tea Collection and more in sizes 12 months to 5.

For more information on how wearhop works, visit: wearhop.com/how-it-works.

For interviews and photos, contact: katerinanewell(at)gmail(dot)com or 800-827-8660.


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