Free shipping (500 points) off entire order up to a maximum shipping amount of $15
$5 off discount (500 points) on orders over $60
$10 off discount (1000 points) on orders over $100
$25 off discount (2000) on orders overs $200
I hope that you’ll like these rewards. Every point you accumulate is a thank you from me to you.
As you can see, you can easily accumulate points over time doing these simple actions. Once your account is created, you can also log inand check in the program launcher to see how many points you have. It looks like this:
There is also another way to get a really nice 15% off coupon with the rewards program, and I’ll tell you all about it in this blog post.
Hi! I am the designer and founder of Clothes & Roads, I love tea, succulent plants, yoga, chocolate and baby animals.
Between designing new clothes for my brand, managing my social accounts, the production and the business finances, I like to share on the blog a diversity of subjects like slow fashion, travel, zero waste, local products, minimalism and vanlife! 🚐
Being zero waste in the fashion industry is hard. It requires brands to rethink their production processes, to choose sustainably sourced materials and to make choices within the limits of our geographical and industry resources. It’s not mission impossible, but it sure does pose many challenges. Not only do the items need to be packaged eco-consciously, either for merchandizing, shipping or retail, but the cutting and production process itself is a huge challenge.
How does your wardrobe make you feel? Is it cluttered and overwhelming? Do you find yourself uninspired by your clothes or mentally exhausted when trying to decide what to pack? If this sounds like you, then a capsule wardrobe may help simplify your life! In this post, I walk you through the concept of a capsule wardrobe and its many benefits.
The clothes we choose to wear are a form of self-expression and a source of comfort as we go about our daily routine and milestone moments in our lives. But what if we could do more with our wardrobe—for the planet and for our communities—simply by being intentional in our choices