The Fair Shirt Project is my response to a few men I know who were looking for more ethical men's clothing options. I combined my own years of apparel experience in womenswear with the expertise of Work+Shelter, an ecoconscious production center in India that pays its workers a fair wage. Together, we worked on fit, fabric, and construction. Then we got really lucky, and finished our first production lot before the global pandemic would have shut it down
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WHY SHOP FAIR?
“If you’re not treating your workers with care and consideration, you should really ask yourself, what are you actually trying to sustain?” —Aja Barber
“Ethical” fashion can mean a lot of things, but traditionally the people who cut and sew your clothes are the lowest on the power structure ladder, and as such are easy targets for economic and social abuses.
Social enterprises like Work+Shelter are helping change the landscape of the garment industry by offering paid training, fair and consistent wages, and decent work facilities, among other things.
Want to learn more about ethical practices in the garment industry? Check out these resources:
SHIPPING AND RETURNS
All U.S. orders ship for free via USPS First-Class Mail.
Return unworn merchandise with tags still attached within 30 days of purchase for full refund. Buyer pays return postage. Contact us for shipping address.
You've worn it, and you're not happy? Get in touch and we'll make it right.
For protection, your shirt will be mailed in a moisture-resistant, 100% recycled plastic bag (made of #4 recycled polyethylene). This bag can be recycled via grocery store drop-off bins (with plastic grocery bags). This and all our packaging comes from EcoEnclose, and you can check their site for more details.
Your shipping envelope is made of 100% recycled, 97% post consumer waste paperboard. It is recyclable via any paper recycling program and is naturally biodegradable.
Your shipping label is made of 100% post-consumer waste and uses a recycle-compatible adhesive.