Fabric does not end up in a landfill. It’s generally Cat Santa Merry Fluffmas sweater bought out by “jobbers” who buy it in lots and then resell it at a discounted price. A good business idea, but don’t mislead making it sound like you’re contributing towards helping the environment. ONLY 20 women in the world have her dresses? How about ONE woman has all my dresses ME. That fabric store looks familiar…I think its Moods…And looks nice quality..silk or rayon but definitely not recycled. The price is indicative of what the workers are being paid and their benefits that are being provided. That’s why the dresses cost so much.
Cat Santa Merry Fluffmas sweater, shirt, hoodie, and v-neck t-shirt
Best Cat Santa Merry Fluffmas sweater
The cost of healthcare and living is Cat Santa Merry Fluffmas sweater astronomical anymore. I’d like to get some of that deadstock fabric. Closest I can get is remnants at thrift stores for my clothes. well, that’s a bit of bullshit. deadstock is usually sold to fabric shops where you can buy single yards. the fabric you use is not recycled, actually, it might damage nature during manufacturing. the fact that its deadstock helps only this company to pay less for the material, but that’s it. the dresses are nice though. Is no one going to mention the plastic overlay used to allow the machine to cut the fabric? I’d rather see large rectangles of that fabric cut and handed out to the homeless as blankets rather than someone who has a good business idea to make cheap clothes and put a high price because they are ‘ethical’. Sorry, nothing ethical about this one folk.