Goodfair makes second hand shopping easier than ever!


Houston, Texas– Have you ever wondered what happens to all those clothes retailers never sell or the old clothes you donate? The fashion industry is the second largest polluter in the world after the oil and gas industry. But a unique online thrift brand based in Houston is taking action to reduce the environmental impact of textile waste.

Goodfair makes it easier than ever to think second-hand first. The unique second-hand experience aims to help shoppers find stylish used clothing online at an affordable price.

“Fast fashion, the huge companies that launch new collections every week, cause environmental problems with the dyes that go into rivers and the huge amount of clothes that end up in landfills,” said Goodfair CEO Topper Luciani.

The average American donates 80 pounds of clothing per person per year, and usually the clothing is as good as new. Goodfair sells used, quality clothing in bundles. Shoppers select their size and the type of garment they are looking for, then the Goodfair team selects your package for you. The actual items in your bundle are a total surprise until they arrive in the mail.

“We’re pumping out thousands and thousands of orders,” Luciani said. “Americans really want thrift. Perhaps a large portion of the population can only add a single second-hand item to their closets. And that will have a huge impact.”

To date, Goodfair has saved nearly four million garments from landfills.

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