Responsibility, Sustainability, and Quality.

These are the ingredients in all of our products.

Our garments are 100% made in the USA to ensure that ethical labor practices are followed during all phases of production. Manufacturing goods in a country with strictly enforced labor laws is the only way to be sure that workers are treated fairly. Unfortunately, in many countries that produce clothing for the rest of the world, standard labor practices are woefully inadequate. Unregulated production, toxic waste, and union busting are just some of the violations that are regularly committed by the fashion industry.

We are also 100% committed to using sustainably grown fabrics, and using environmentally friendly waterbased inks and dyes. When it comes to selecting a fiber or blend for a garment, there are many factors to consider. One that is frequently overlooked when it comes to clothing is durability. The most important part of responsible consumerism is to consume less, and by purchasing quality products that will last longer this is easily achievable.  

Most of our garments are made from a 50/50 blend of Supima cotton and Lenzing modal and we are confident that you will love them not only because of the responsible manner in which they are produced, but also because of their superior quality and beautiful design.

Our garments truly are of a much higher quality than most. When you feel one against your skin you will instantly understand.

And finally, It is not our goal to simply drive sales by encouraging mindless consumerism. If you don’t actually need a shirt, you definitely shouldn’t be buying one, not from us or anyone else. But we do understand that people need clothing, and it is our goal to provide them with stylish, quality, and responsible clothing at a fair price. Not just to our customers, but also to the workers in the factories and the farmers who grew the raw goods, and of course to the environment.

For a more in depth look at the impacts of fast fashion on people and the planet, the documentary “The True Cost” is a must watch.

Also, keep an eye on our blog for more info on how our decisions as consumers can help shape the future towards a more sustainable way of life!

Thank you for your interest in our products, please let us know if you have any questions and we will be happy to answer them for you!