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Style and sustainability come together at Clad

The new shop inside zero waste refill store Ware offers colorful, intentionally crafted + curated apparel and goods.

Gif showing a selection of clothing, home goods, and accessories available at Clad.

Check out the seriously stylish selection.

Photos via Clad

Next time you step into Ware to refill your essentials, you’ll find a colorful new selection to explore. Clad has joined the party inside 797 Haywood Rd., offering sustainably made clothing and intentionally crafted home goods.

Owner Megan Authement says that previous work in a fast fashion environment inspired her to seek more sustainable options. “I want people to come here and leave with something they’re constantly reaching for both today and five years from now,” Authement shares.

When you think of sustainable clothing, you might think boxy fits and earth tones, but Clad has something else in mind. Authement says her focus is “providing unique, colorful patterned pieces in addition to your everyday solid basics”

Beyond the clothes, you can find jewelry, accessories, home decor, and gifts (like this adorable pizza-themed puzzle made from recycled paper board).

Check out what’s in store Wednesdays through Mondays from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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