So Last Seasons was born out of two goals: reducing clothing waste for a more sustainable way of shopping, and allowing parents the advantage of sales prices on great quality clothing.
The fashion industry accounts for about 10% of the global carbon emissions and nearly 20% of wastewater. And a staggering 64% of the total amount of garments produced each year ends up in landfills where it takes decades to degrade. Childrens' clothing can further be wasteful based on the typically short life span due to growth.
So Last Seasons fights clothing waste by purchasing the overproduction from beautiful Scandinavian brands while allowing parents the rare opportunity to take advantage of sales prices by selling it at the right seasonal time. Good for the environment, children, and wallet!