Universal Standard runs denim drive for Cyber Monday
8 days ago - By Fashion United
As retailers take part in Black Friday and Cyber Monday discounting to start the holiday shopping season, Universal Standard has taken a different approach. The size inclusive womenswear brand is asking customers to donate denim for recycling in return for discounts on new merchandise.
Universal Standard is offering its best-selling denim styles in its collection for 25 dollars, as long as the customer will recycle an old pair of jeans through Cotton Inc.'s Blue Jeans Go Green initiative.
The jeans available in the offer typically retail for 80 to 100 dollars, depending on the style.
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