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Beyond Rental, There Are A Number of Online Marketplaces Where Shoppers can Trade, Sell and Buy Second-hand Clothing
Although dissertations on clothing and its function appear from the 19th century as colonizing countries dealt with new environments, concerted scientific research into psycho-social, physiological and other functions of clothing (e.g. protective, cartage) occurred in the first half of the 20th century, with publications such as. C. Flügel's Psychology of Clothes in 1930, and Newburgh's seminal Physiology of Heat Regulation and The Science of Clothing in 1949. 
By 1968, the field of environmental physiology had advanced and expanded significantly, but the science of clothing in relation to environmental physiology had changed little. 
While considerable research has since occurred and the knowledge-base has grown significantly, the main concepts remain unchanged, and indeed Newburgh's book is still cited by contemporary authors, including those attempting to develop thermoregulatory models of clothing development.
For $59 a month, members get an unlimited number of "totes" with three garments and two accessories at a time.
Each tote has an average retail value of between $300 and $350.
As soon as a subscriber is done with a tote, it's sent back and within several days, Le Tote sends another one.
Most members receive three to four totes per month, Tondon said.
Le Tote subscribers can also keep items permanently by purchasing them at a discounted price. 
Beyond rental, there are a number of online marketplaces where shoppers can trade, sell and buy second-hand clothing.
These include sites such as Tradesy, ThredUp and Poshmark.
While the online retail giant has risen to become the second-largest clothing retailer in the US, according to analysts from Morgan Stanley, home-improvement sales remain a more hands-on, off-line business, analysts say. 

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