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Sustainable and Eco-Friendly Clothing Collection

Sustainable and eco-friendly clothing are not just buzzwords. They are crucial in reducing the pollution and wastage that the traditional clothing industry generates. Eco-friendly clothing often involves the use of recycled materials and sustainable farming practices, conserving water and reducing the reliance on non-renewable resources. It often includes fair trade practices, ensuring fair pay and safe working conditions for the workers, promoting social sustainability alongside environmental benefits.
 

At Times Clothing sustainability isn’t just a trend, it’s the foundation of everything we do. From concept to creation our commitment is to bring ethical fashion to our customers. We are committed to using sustainable fabrics and eco-friendly manufacturing processes in crafting our custom-made garments.

Why Choose Sustainable Clothing?

Sustainable clothing offers numerous benefits across various dimensions including environmental, social, and economic aspects.

Environmental Benefits

  1. Reduced Pollution: Sustainable clothing production uses eco-friendly materials and processes that minimize water, air, and soil pollution.

  2. Conservation of Resources: Eco-friendly fabrics such as organic cotton and recycled materials reduce the need for water, energy, and raw materials.

  3. Lower Carbon Footprint: Sustainable practices often involve reduced energy consumption and lower greenhouse gas emissions.

  4. Waste Reduction: Sustainable fashion promotes recycling and upcycling, reducing the amount of waste that ends up in landfills.

Choosing sustainable clothing is another step towards strengthening our support to the community.

  1. Fair Labour Practices: Sustainable clothing brands often ensure fair wages, safe working conditions, and respect for workers’ rights.

  2. Community Support: Ethical fashion supports local artisans and communities, often preserving traditional crafts and skills.

  3. Consumer Awareness: When customers choose from sustainable options, they have the opportunity to make informed decisions that promote ethical practices in the fashion industry.

What’s in it for you?

  1. Venturing into sustainable clothing is also financially beneficial. Although sustainable clothing can seem comparatively expensive, its higher quality and durability can lead to long-term savings since the items last longer.

  2. Healthier lifestyle: Our clothing line uses natural, non-toxic materials that are better for your skin and overall health.

  3. Fashion friendly: We offer unique, custom-made products that stand out from mass-produced clothing.

Our Commitment

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  1. Creating clothing ethically and sustainably goes beyond just the choice of materials. Our manufacturing processes are designed to minimize energy consumption, reduce waste, and ensure fair treatment of workers:

  2. Local Production: We prioritize local manufacturing to minimize carbon emissions associated with transportation and support local economies. Our production facilities adhere to strict environmental regulations and ethical labour standards.

  3. Small Batch Production: By focusing on small batch production, we can better control quality, minimize excess inventory, and reduce waste. This approach allows us to respond quickly to demand while maintaining our commitment to sustainability.

  4. Zero Waste Cutting Techniques: Our cutting-edge cutting techniques optimize fabric usage to minimize waste. Any scraps generated during production are either recycled or repurposed, ensuring that nothing goes to waste.

  5. Water and Energy Efficiency: We invest in machinery and technologies that reduce water and energy consumption during the manufacturing process. From dyeing to finishing, every step is taken with the environment in mind.

Apart from organic and recycled materials, we also focus on innovative fabrics like modal for our clothing.  A variety of viscose rayon, Modal is a beechwood-pulp based cellulosic fibre. It is 50% more water-absorbent per unit volume than cotton. Process of making Modal Environmental impact of Modal: It requires less land per tonne than cotton fibres. It consumes ten to twenty times less water than cotton.
 

We are continuously exploring new ways to enhance our sustainability initiatives, and we welcome feedback from our clients and partners. If you have any specific questions or would like more detailed information about our sustainability practices, please don't hesitate to reach out.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Sustainable clothing is clothing made in ways that are kind to the environment and people. It involves using eco-friendly materials, like organic cotton or recycled fabrics, and ensuring that the production process minimizes waste and pollution. Sustainable clothing also means that the workers making the clothes are treated fairly and work in safe conditions. This approach helps protect the planet and supports ethical practices in the fashion industry.

  • A sustainable material for clothing is one that sourced and manufactured in environmentally friendly ways, has a low impact on the planet and promotes sustainability in fashion. Examples include:

    • Organic Cotton: Grown without harmful pesticides and chemicals.

    • Bamboo: Grows quickly and doesn't require much water or pesticides.

    • Recycled Polyester: Made from recycled plastic bottles, reducing waste.

    • Hemp: Requires little water and no pesticides to grow.

    • Tencel (Lyocell): Made from sustainably harvested wood pulp and produced with less waste and water.

  • Organic cotton is generally considered to be the most sustainable fabric. Cotton fibres used to manufacture organic cotton are grown without harmful pesticides or synthetic fertilizers, which makes it better for the environment and safer for the farmers. It also uses less water and energy compared to conventional cotton. This makes organic cotton a top choice for eco-friendly clothing.

  • While 100% cotton clothing is natural, it isn't sustainable unless the fibres are grown organically. Conventional cotton farming uses a lot of water, pesticides, and chemicals that harm the environment. However, organic cotton, which is grown without these harmful substances and with less water, is a more sustainable option. So, it depends on how the cotton is grown and processed.

  • Eco-friendly fabric is the material that is made in a way that is better for the environment. It can come from natural sources like organic cotton or bamboo, or be made from recycled materials. These fabrics are produced using processes that use less water and fewer chemicals, making them kinder to the planet.

  • If you want to know if your clothes are sustainable, here are the signs that you should look for:

    • Labels: Check for labels that say "organic," "eco-friendly," or "sustainable."

    • Certifications: Look for certifications like GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) or Fair Trade.

    • Materials: See if they are made from natural or recycled materials, like organic cotton, bamboo, or recycled polyester.

    • Production: Research the brand to see if they use eco-friendly production methods and treat their workers fairly.

    • Durability: Sustainable clothes are often made to last longer, reducing the need for frequent replacements.

Our collections are stylish as well as environmentally and socially responsible. We offer a range of clothing and accessories for all age groups made from environmentally friendly fabrics that not only look and feel great but also minimize environmental impact

  1. Creating clothing ethically and sustainably goes beyond just the choice of materials. Our manufacturing processes are designed to minimize energy consumption, reduce waste, and ensure fair treatment of workers:

  2. Local Production: We prioritize local manufacturing to minimize carbon emissions associated with transportation and support local economies. Our production facilities adhere to strict environmental regulations and ethical labour standards.

  3. Small Batch Production: By focusing on small batch production, we can better control quality, minimize excess inventory, and reduce waste. This approach allows us to respond quickly to demand while maintaining our commitment to sustainability.

  4. Zero Waste Cutting Techniques: Our cutting-edge cutting techniques optimize fabric usage to minimize waste. Any scraps generated during production are either recycled or repurposed, ensuring that nothing goes to waste.

  5. Water and Energy Efficiency: We invest in machinery and technologies that reduce water and energy consumption during the manufacturing process. From dyeing to finishing, every step is taken with the environment in mind.

Experience the difference with Times Clothing

Contact us today to learn more about our products and services

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