Sustainability cycle

Every little thing plays a big role.

The fashion industry pollutes the environment no less than chemical production or mining.⠀

To use only natural fabric for tailoring and consider your brand eco-friendly is not quite right. There are many nuances. Very. ⠀

How I manage to keep my business and environmental concerns in a single positive way, I will tell you below:⠀

  • Raw materials. Natural fabrics are our everything. Wear-resistant, decomposable, without plastic particles.⠀
  • Design. I prefer a more functional design. Sincerely believing that you will wear my clothes often and with pleasure.⠀
  • Production. I sew for those who need it. No excess. I sew by myself or choose small, clean, family-owned studios to help me.⠀
  • Location. The production is located in California, thus reducing the carbon emissions during transportation.⠀
  • Online. Good at everything: reducing energy consumption and no need to "clog the counters" with clothes. ⠀
  • Transportation. 90% of sales occur through the Etsy marketplace. Etsy is the first major online store that 100% offsets carbon dioxide emissions from transportation. Etsy invests in eco-projects that improve air quality.⠀
  • Packaging. Everything from labels to boxes is created from degradable paper. No plastic. ⠀
  • Service. If you do not fit or do not like the item, then you can easily return it. Because it is important to me that the clothes do not lie on the shelf, and "dressed". ⠀
  • Social mission. Each of your orders is one planted tree. Together with you, we make donations for tree planting.⠀

We cannot single-handedly save the planet from global environmental problems. But we can make a positive contribution to its preservation by doing what we can. But for this I really need you.

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