Awareness & Resources
Clothing is meant to last. People & nature should be respected.
We weed out the brands that don’t care enough and offer a carefully curated selection of stylish but responsible clothing. You can view our pieces as an affordable, long-term investment. No short-lived, cheap, throw-aways or overpriced trends.
Each piece from & klei has been carefully selected and meets at least one or more of the following values.
- Made with eco-friendly fabrics
- Ethically produced
- Made in the U.S.
- Small batch
- Zero waste
- Made with recycled materials
- Fair Trade
Zero Waste Packaging.
100% of the packaging material we use is either recycled or compostable. See the compost instructions on your mailer.
Did you know our & klei hangtags turn into wildflowers when planted?
Each hangtag is made from a special plantable seed paper. Take your hangtag and plant it in your favorite pot or re-purposed vessel under 1/8" of soil. Water thoroughly. Place in a sunny corner and keep moist during germination. Watch the magic happen.
Mend & Care for Your Clothes.
Garments that are well loved & cared for last longer. Wash your clothing less often & in cold water if possible. Check out our Sustainable Laundry Guide for more tips & our Dryer Balls for a better alternative to Disposable dryer sheets.
Before donating or tossing your clothing (please don't send your clothing to the landfill!) consider repairing or up-cycling your pieces to give them a second life.
Check out our Garment Repair Kit & Natural Dye Kits for tips & inspiration.
Fashion Revolution-Fashion Revolution was founded in the wake of the Rana Plaza disaster in 2013, Fashion Revolution has become the world’s largest fashion activism movement, mobilizing citizens, industry and policymakers through their research, education and advocacy work. & Klei is a proud member of the planning committee for Pittsburgh PA's Fashion Revolution Week 2021.
Good On You-Sustainable & Ethical Fashion Brand Ratings
Give Back Box-Reuse your online shipping boxes in which you received your purchases, or any other cardboard box you may have, to donate your unwanted household items: such as gently used clothing, shoes etc., to make a major difference in the life of another person.