Making the best of what's left.

Founded in 2013, Leftover Loot is a Detroit-based retailer delivering vintage and repurposed clothing, sneakers, and other goods that inspire creativity and contribute to a more sustainable world.

Our curated collection of products blend elements of nostalgia for the culture, arts, and entertainment of the 1980s through early 2000s with fresh and modern streetwear styles. From vintage t-shirts, jackets and sneakers to home decor items and everything in between, we provide a wide range of pieces at prices at are fair and accessible.

Through our reworked items, we also upcycle and reimagine old and/or slightly damaged garments into one-of-a-kind pieces. A portion of several of these reworked drops are often donated to local charities. 

In addition to our online store, we set up at several pop-up markets throughout the year and offer an in-person retail experience by appointment at our shopping unit in Detroit's New Center neighborhood. Housed within a converted storage unit, the shop is a representation of our brand's mission and our DIY-approach.

We take pride in contributing to the circular fashion movement by giving new life to old garments and helping to connect our customers with vintage treasures that express their individual personalities and styles. 

Welcome to our website. We know you'll find something you love.



Will Sexton, founder of Leftover Loot

Will Sexton is the founder and lead creator of Leftover Loot. Born and raised in Detroit, MI, Will grew up with a passion for sneakers, clothing, and DIY projects that allowed him to express his creativity. His thrifting habit began in high school as a way to find unique pieces of clothing on a limited personal budget.

This hobby eventually grew into a side hustle as he began buying and selling vintage clothing and sneakers to friends and classmates from his college dorm room. After starting an Instagram page and listing items online, Will launched Leftover Loot in 2013 to deliver vintage pieces to even more customers and connect with a community of people who shared a similar interest in nostalgic goods and circular fashion. Around this time, he also began doing rework and upcycling projects, cutting up old garments and repurposing them into something new.

As a mission-driven entrepreneur, Will believes strongly in a business' obligation to not only deliver great service to it customers, but also its community. Through Leftover Loot's mission and practices, Will strives to ensure each sale connects a customer with a product they love while also helping to drive positive change in the world we share. 

In addition to his role with Leftover Loot, Will also works in marketing and communication and is a proud graduate of the University of Michigan, where he earned a bachelor's degree in business administration with a minor in African American and African studies.