Chapter 19: Born to Be You

Comparison. We’re all guilty of it. We strive to be the best versions of ourselves – sometimes in a good way and sometimes in a bad way. This week, we’re focusing on body image, self esteem, and self-worth and how it relates to the fashion industry and the media. The average size and height of an […]

Chapter 17: Our Team and You

A startup is not easy, by any means. It is not a 9 to 5, it is not 40 hours a week, and it is definitely not something you can “leave at work.” Just ask our founder and CEO, Emily. A startup will keep you up late at night and have you up early in […]

Chapter 15: Made in USA

Reborn Clothing Co. designs and manufacturers quality products in Raleigh, NC. It’s July, and after Independence Day, Americanism is on our minds and should also be in our wallets. Purchasing Made in USA has wonderful benefits to consumers, to the economy, and to the nation. After the Revolutionary War in the 1770s, Americans began to […]

Chapter 14: Wool

Reborn Clothing Co. is committed to quality and sustainability in every aspect of our business and, of course, that extends to the places you will never see, like the interior of our pillows. After you send in your sentimental clothing to be made into pillows, we use the wool and heavy fabric scrap materials to make […]

Chapter 13: The Startup World

“I think I’ll start a company” was never anything I said.  It just happened one day.  One day, I was thinking of ideas for updates I could make to my own closet, which led to thinking about how others who lacked the resources or skills to do it might still like to have this done […]

Chapter 12: Meet The Team!

Hey guys! For Chapter 12 of our blog, we are bringing you another post in our Meet The Team series. This week we are introducing a critical member of our team. Meet Emma, our Product Development Designer! Emma Wang Education: North Carolina State University, Class of 2018 Major: Fashion and Textile Design Hometown: Macungie, Pennsylvania    Q: What […]

Chapter 10: Purchasing Power

When engaging in ethical practices in business, you have to understand what drives UNethical practices in business: money. Plain and simple, money. Because no one wants to shell out extra cash when what they want is available, at a cheaper price point.  The general rule is that the factory that can provide the lowest price point […]