To make the world a cleaner place, one uniform at a time.
The uniform industry is a massive part of the apparel industry, which is one of the top 10 pollutants in the world. Conventional cotton is the most pesticide intensive crop grown today and virgin polyester uses 70 million barrels of oil a year.
Dermatitis, an allergic reaction to textiles, is a common problem because of formaldehyde and other toxic chemicals in dyes.
We give businesses and individuals an alternative.
Our organic cotton and recycled polyester (plastic bottles) fabrics are GOTS and Oeko-Tex Standard Certified.
The dyes in our fabric meet the Oeko-Tex Standards and have no formaldehyde or harsh chemicals.
As the apparel industry progresses toward a sustainable industry, our vision is to be 100% eco-friendly and to provide full transparency.
Our fabrics are recycled and organic from India, while the ties around the waist and grosgrain ribbon are formaldehyde-free conventional cotton from a small mill in Pennsylvania, that has been in business since the 1940's.
We currently use powder-coated, copper-colored metal adjusters and sliders because they stand out beautifully. Over time, powder coating does fade, so we are continually searching for a permanent and sustainable solution for the colored adjusters and sliders.