Why throw away men’s shirts when they could be made into clothes for the kids?! This is the question Little Boomerang asks with their range of beautiful clothes and accessories upcycled from preloved shirts.
Working with the values of social enterprise, Little Boomerang employ talented women who are struggling to access the labor market. All of their clothing is made out in preloved men’s shirts, in their studio in Amsterdam.
When buying a garment at Little Boomerang, you’ve got two options: sending your own shirt and have the garment made from it, or use one of Little Boomerang carefully selected shirts.
Oh and, Little Boomerang would love you to drop off your unwanted shirts or arrange a pickup. A good way of continuing the story of that favourite but too small shirt of yours while reducing waste!
circular economy, female-owned, recycled, surplus materials
Everlane prides itself on radical transparency. They source all of their materials from the highest rated factories and list all of them on their website. Never trying to scam you, Everlane lists the cost it takes to produce their products as well as their mark up price, so you know they’re on your side.