Los Angeles, California-based earthy label Dôen is dipping into hand-me-downs with a resale launch.
Referred to as “Hand Me Dôen,” this system — which kicked off Thursday — simplifies resale in an online-friendly portal format for its buyer who appreciates the model’s purist ease and transparency. The information continues momentum for the model, which earlier this 12 months opened its second retailer and final 12 months employed an impression officer.
The convenience-of-use is available in its digital monitor file. Objects are individually priced on Doen.treet.co via the model’s Hand Me Dôen portal (powered by resale service supplier Treet) which auto-estimates buyback payout so clients can see earlier than promoting, later monitoring progress underneath “Your Despatched Objects.”
Due to this, Hand Me Dôen payments itself as the best methodology for its clients, permitting them to pick out gadgets from their order historical past for trade-in or write a easy description (comparable to “white costume”) with out managing the itemizing. As soon as they’ve chosen their merchandise, Dôen instantly offers a quote on worth, sends a pre-paid label and offers an relevant digital giftcard for purchasers to buy new or pre-loved Dôen — all with out ready for the merchandise to promote. Prospects earn trade-in credit price 50 % of the resale worth.
Although this system is proscribed to “glorious” and like-new situation gadgets, something not accepted for resale is held onto on the buyer’s discretion for repurposing in an area method, based on the model.
“As that is a part of our effort to scale back our environmental impression, we don’t need to obtain gadgets that can not be resold as a result of this creates pointless GHG emissions from transporting the gadgets,” Dôen detailed in a buyer steadily requested query discussion board. “Ought to an merchandise be rejected, we don’t intend to resell it, however quite stay dedicated to our environmental tasks by repurposing the garment via clear, home alternatives comparable to remaking/repurposing. Objects won’t ever be exported abroad, incinerated or despatched to a landfill.”