One of the hardest clothing dilemmas is to a shop for the perfect pair of jeans. Every woman’s body is different so there is no “one size fits all.” Trying on jeans at the stores can also be a pain as you go through what seems every fit to just find one pair of jeans. Introducing Kut from the Kloth that has officially launched their TRY5 program.
Try on styles for free in the comfort of your home. No shopping cart, no wish lists, no checkout! Kut from the Kloth’s TRY5 “denim on-demand” service lets consumers pick any five jeans from the website for free to try in the comfort of your own home. Customers can simply send back the pairs they don’t love within seven days.
How it TRY5 Works:
- To start shop for Jeans, when you find a pair click on the “try for free” tab. This adds the style to your rankable try-on queue. This also helps you create a new account.
- Next, add as many items as you want to your queue.
- After that, the Items are sent automatically once you put them in your try-on queue with no checkout required.
- Keep what you like, return what you don’t. Only pay for what you keep.
- Once your try-on is complete, they automatically ship your next items to try on for free.
- You have 7 days from delivery date to try on and they track returns for accuracy.
TRY5 Program and Peace 4 Animals Collaboration:
The TRY5 program was launched to also support Katie Cleary’s, Peace 4 Animals an on-going effort to save Africa’s “big five”; lions, leopards, rhinoceros, elephants, and Cape buffalo from extinction in the wild. Peace 4 Animals non-profit animal welfare organization was founded by model/actress, philanthropist and filmmaker Katie Cleary in 2012.
Peace 4 Animals released their first documentary on Netflix titled “Give Me Shelter.” Give Me Shelter is a film to raise awareness for the most important animal welfare issues around the globe. The Peace 4 Animals documentary created and produced by Katie Cleary and directed by Kristin Rizzo sheds light on the work that many different individuals and animal welfare organizations do in a way that has never been done before. For more information about this initiative please visit: https://peace4animals.net/about/.