Shopping at ReThreads is a refreshing experience. You see thousands of items, each one of a kind. The racks are stocked with fresh merchandise 7 days a week. You will find all the labels you love, as well as runway fashions from the prestigious design houses of the world.
Shopping at ReThreads is a refreshing experience. You see thousands of items, each one of a kind. The racks are stocked with fresh merchandise 7 days a week. You will find all the labels you love, as well as runway fashions from the prestigious design houses of the world. Every piece has been inspected inside and out and has met our high quality standards. You can shop with confidence, knowing you are getting the most and the best for your money.
For Men and Women, career or casual wear, Saturday night or Sunday brunch, barbecue or gala, our huge inventory can provide exactly what you need, and a many things you just HAVE TO HAVE!
Over 30 years ago when we first opened, we advertised with slogans such as: "How to dress like a million on someone else's million" and "Shedding your clothes for fun and profit". Yes, it has always been fun and profitable to buy and sell at ReThreads even in the days when SAVING GREEN simply meant saving $$$. Now Save Green means so much more. By shopping at resale stores we can live lightly on this earth and save money at the same time. Each day, with every item consigned and purchased ReThreads customers and suppliers make another contribution towards keeping our earth green.
Every day is EARTH DAY at ReThreads
Most people don't imagine that buying a sweater or jacket at a resale store is a step toward a cleaner environment. With over a million tons of textiles discarded every year, even a slight reduction of waste makes a substantial difference. Textiles represent a difficult problem for all landfills because many man-made synthetics do not decompose. Textiles contain dyes and toxins that can settle into the aquifer.
A study conducted in Europe determined that if everyone in the United Kingdom were to purchase one used woolen garment each year, it would save an average of 371 million gallons of water and 480 tons of chemical dyes.