The sustainable fashion brand Cuyana has long been one of my personal favorites. The brand is known for its “Fewer, Better” slogan and the quality of its products lives up to its promise.
I became a fan of the brand when I purchased their Everyday Tote: a classic leather tote bag in neutral sand, with a simple gold monogram. This became my go-to work tote, holding everything from my extra pair of shoes, to my lunch bag, to my wallet and tech essentials. Long story short, I loved my tote so much so that I ended up purchasing a second one in black, a third one in tan, and later expanded into leather accessories and clothing. I love everything that this brand stands for, and truly believe in their mission and promise to serve customers with the highest-quality products from manufacturers with integrity.
A FOUNDATION OF FEWER
Fewer, better is the philosophy behind everything we do. We create timeless collections for the modern woman through carefully selected fabrics, precise silhouettes and attention to detail.
THE EMBODIMENT OF BETTER
Each piece is made with integrity and kindness from the highest-quality materials, and created by skilled craftsmen throughout Europe, South America, China, and the United States.
Cuyana is partnering with thredUP to expand our Lean Closet program. Complimentary Cuyana x thredUP shipping labels will be included with every domestic online order from cuyana.com, and available in stores. Use your label to pare down your closet to fewer, better pieces and help benefit women through H.E.A.R.T.
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ThredUp x Cuyana
Cuyana is one of the brands that partners with ThredUp to offer store credit in exchange for gently used unworn clothing (This is how I’ve gotten nearly ALL of my pieces!). ThredUP is an amazing program for both buying and selling secondhand clothing. All you need to do is package your items, request a label, and drop it in the mail. That’s truly it!
From there, ThredUP will evaluate your items and provide you Cuyana credit for the clothing/accessories/shoes they’re able to resell.
It’s a great way to clean out items you’re no longer wearing, and make room for new high-quality items you will love!
To take advantage of this program click here.
This post is not sponsored by Cuyana. I truly admire the brand and want to share my passion for their products. I’m happy to answer any questions you have on the brand, ThredUP, or any other sustainable fashion questions in the comments below!
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