Conclo makes sustainable fashion simple and affordable for consumers while giving sustainable brands the space and power to be the source of trends and inspiration.
We do this by creating a social shopping ecosystem with sustainability and ethics at its core.
As a user, you save your favorite pieces and share them with others in the form of curated wardrobes.
By following your friends and fashion icons, you get fashion inspiration straight in your feed.
We find the most stylish sustainable brands around the world and invite them to sell their pieces in a single sleak app.
Sustainable style is only a tap away.
Sharing your sustainable style pays off.
When a piece is sold through one of your wardrobes, you collect a percentage of the sale price in points. The points can then be used towards purchasing any piece on the platform.
Conclo handles the points system.
This means that dressing sustainably becomes more affordable for users, but brands never have to compromise on their prices.
SUSTAINABILITY SHOULDN'T BE SO COMPLICATED...
There are 1000s of fashionable sustainable brands across the world.
Young consumers want to make more sustainable fashion choices.
the fast fashion industry continues to grow exponentially, and the growth is driven by young consumers.
SO, WHAT'S THE ISSUE
BRANDS ARE HARD TO FIND
Sustainable brands are often smaller than high street brands, and often sell clothing primarily via online stores, which can make them hard for consumers to find.
HIGH PRICE TAGS $$$
Producing clothing in a genuinely sustainable and ethical way is simply more expensive, especially when producing in small quantities. Sustainable clothing can have high price tags.
Fast fashion brands have such an influence on social media that they often control the trends, which can change every few weeks. Sustainable brands, that embrace slow fashion, have to play catch-up or risk becoming unfashionable in a matter of months.
As consumers are becoming more environmentally aware, greenwashing has become more and more common. So, once we finally find our new brands, how do we know they’re actually sustainable?