We are a sustainable clothing brand based in the South of Ireland. Our ambition is to build a premium but also an affordable clothing brand using eco-friendly materials such as organic cotton and recycled polyester that are Fair-trade, which eliminates the use of sweatshops in the process of production. We strive for long lasting products that protect our planet while looking stylish and modern.
To stock ethically eco-friendly products that are both high quality and long lasting. We strongly believe that making the smallest changes in how we behave can contribute to big differences. Fast fashion is forever on the rise, so join us to continue the fight. We are the newly alternative brand to the commonly known fast fashion brands as we offer eco-friendly and ethical garments.
“One step further in the right direction.”
How we Began
Eco clothing began as we both agreed that sustainable clothing brands need to be created to tackle fast fashion brands.
Our goal is to create a brand that is eco-friendly sustainable and modern.
We hope that by us taking actions others will follow as fast fashion is not sustainable.
We strive for long lasting products that protect our planet while looking stylish and modern.
Who We Are..
Rachel Sheehan, 22, UCC Commerce Student
Tiernan Condon, 24, Agriculture
Our Products – all our products are eco-friendly made from either organic cotton or a combination of organic cotton and recycled polyester. This raw materials are toxic free and also vegan friendly.
Fair Trade – all our garments are produced under the fair trade meaning no sweatshops are used in the production of our garments. Our products are also Fair Wear approved meaning workers receive a fair wage and have fair working conditions.
Packaging – we use kraft recycled cardboard to pack all our products that is 100% biodegradable. This is another eco-friendly factor as it eliminates the use of plastic. Our boxes are manufactured under a renewable policy to ensure clean air is protected. We also use eco-friendly business cards and tissue paper.