First, the bad news.

The EPA estimates that 85% of post-consumer textile waste is sent to landfills. In the US alone, the average consumer throws away 70 pounds of textiles, including clothing. Fabrics that are not biodegradable like some polyesters and nylons can take anywhere from 20-200 years to breakdown depending on environmental conditions. Yuck.

The good news is that we have options.

We love making beautiful clothing, but we want to do it responsibly. Here's what we look for in our fabrics:


  • Trees regenerate in 55 days
  • Sustainable
  • Biodegradable
  • Delicate sheen
  • Super soft
  • Gorgeous drape
  • Made without harmful pesticides
  • Machine washable


  • Highly renewable
  • Breathable
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Less environmental impact than cotton or synthetic fabrics
  • Made without harmful pesticides


  • Reduces textile waste
  • Conserves energy used in the production of new textiles
  • Gives new life to fabric and vintage garments that would have otherwise ended up in landfills