The average American donates more than 68 pounds of clothing per year. This sounds great until you realize that more than half of these donated items end up in our landfills, polluting and causing harm to our environment. Among scattered throughout these donated items are amazing fashion finds including dresses, tops, coats, furs and leathers. It is not necessary to spend a hundreds dollars on articles of clothing when thousands of pounds are being sent to our landfills everyday. Stacks on Racks (SOR), a group inspired by style and sustainability, works with some of the country’s best non-profits to recycle these fashions and offer them to the consumer at prices to fit any budget. Our end goal is to incorporate a buy one – give one model, which means for every item purchased, we would like to donate an article of clothing to someone in need in the United States. In addition, we would like to reach the point where we are creating new, one of a kind pieces by taking any article of clothing that is too worn to sell and breaking it down to mix and match it with other fabrics and patterns. An old leather belt and blue jeans can turn into flats, dresses can be combined to form pillowcases or bed sheets, etc. You can see where we are going with this and that the possibilities are endless. Please help us by preaching our philosophy to your peers. You can start saving our planet NOW!
Stacks on Racks is the love child of a fashionable philanthropist and an environmentally friendly guy who was the first on his block to recycle. At our core we enjoy fashion and thrive on our keen fashion sense. Our Texas based start-up goal is to provide the fashion savvy do-gooder with fabulous finds, no matter the brand, at a price that everyone can afford. We are traveling the country to hand-pick second hand donated clothing that will make you not only look great, but also feel great through reducing our environmental footprint.
Our Philosophy The average American donates more than 68 pounds of clothing per year. This sounds great until you realize that more than half of these d… view more