Recycling Recycling
Recycling

It’s important to us that your products are delivered to you safe and sound in high quality, protective packaging. With an eye toward circularity, our shipping materials are currently either compostable, recyclable, and/or made of post-consumer recycled material.

While we’re excited by the innovation happening in compostable packaging, we’ve also learned that access to proper composting facilities in the U.S. is unattainable for many of our customers outside our hometown of San Francisco.  In most urban environments, recycling infrastructure is more advanced and accessible; so in the near-term, we’ll shift more of our packaging to recyclable materials to ensure that the majority of our customers are able to “close the loop” more easily.

What We're Doing
Essential Packaging
Reduce Extra Packaging
We focus on the essentials (and only
the essentials) when it comes to
making sure that your clothes arrive
safe, clean, and in great condition.
Landfill-Free Shipping
Landfill-Free Shipping
Your pieces are packed in completely
curbside-recyclable materials —
less trash, greater peace of mind. 
A Quick Guide
Paper
How to Dispose
  • Recycle (paper can be curbside recycled as long as it’s not soiled or dirty)
  • Shipping boxes can be recycled as long as they have paper tape, which ours do! If the tape is not made of paper, remove before recycling.
Found In
Boxes
Boxes
Paper Mailers
Paper Mailers
Tissue Paper
Tissue Paper
Shipping Tape
Shipping Tape
Stickers
Stickers
Plastic
How to Dispose
  • Re-use (ideal - that’s why we added the zipper!) or recycle
  • Curbside recycling is dependent on where you live. Check this guide to find a drop off location if curbside plastic recycling is not accepted at your home.
Found In
Polybags
Polybags