Clothing Incorporated believes every piece of clothing should be made by people who want to make clothes using sustainable and efficient methods of production.
That sounds simple, but in fashion, it’s rarely the case. We can help your brand tell a story you can be proud of, a story that will appeal to customers and please your brand’s stakeholders.
Local for Local
Clothing Incorporated is built around the truism that the closer production is to consumption, the fewer abuses occur in the supply chain. We can trace every step of our supply chain for every garment we help produce. We know the good players and the bad ones. We’ve worked diligently to make sure our vendors and our partners are a positive influence in their communities.
If your supply chain is flawed, we hope you’ll let us help you re-shore and change your vendors.
It's hard to underestimate the positive impact that switching to organic cotton can have on our planet. The use of standard cotton in the fashion industry not only takes a toll on our environment, but the end product is actually unhealthy.
Clothing Incorporated is dedicated to making organic cotton available to our clients whenever possible. We source our raw organic cotton from the Texas Organic Cotton Cooperative, use GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) spinners, and manufacture at the only GOTS certified apparel factory in the US.
This is more sensitive for the planet, better for those who work in every step of production, and safer for our end consumers. In addition, this is a story that any brand should be proud to tell. For more on the difference between standard cotton and organic cotton, the following article tells that story well.
Hemp, Tencel, Poly, Linen
Cotton remains king, but cotton isn’t the only fabric we like to use. Other fabrics we help our brands source use less water, create less waste, and make less of an ecological footprint. Let us know what fabrics you have in mind and we can help you source the most sustainable version on the market.