Stories

Did you know? 80% of the world's forests are already destroyed.

We care deeply about the planet and creating a business that gives back to nature. That’s why we're proud to be partnering with One Tree Planted this #GivingTuesday to help restore our forests.

We'll plant a tree for EACH person that signs up to our email list, from now until 12/10. You can join us in supporting reforestation by simply sharing our site link <https://unseamthelabel.com> on social media, or by texting it to your petite friends who'd also love tailored clothing to fit.
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Back when I was 11 years old, when dreams about the future and the endless possibilities that it holds start to creep in, I dreamt of creating my own fashion line. I loved drawing and “designing” beautiful clothes, and turned my pristine notebook into a vivacious sketch-laden playground.

But as I got a little older, the dream of having my very own fashion line that was brought to life from my imagination slowly diminished, as my parents constantly stressed the importance of a “stable” job - nearly every night at the dinner table. Classic.
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We know, doing laundry can be a snooze-fest. But, you know what? Your laundry routine has a huge impact on the environment, and not to mention, your health, closet, and wallet.

Check out our guest post on the DoneGood blog, featuring 3 green laundry tips that'll help you take steps toward a cleaner environment and a healthier you.

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Sustainability is in our DNA - it’s not just an afterthought. As I build this brand, I want to ensure that I’m doing it in an environmentally and socially responsible way from the start. Sourcing eco-friendly fabrics plays a huge part in this. After months of researching and sourcing, I’m happy to say that I’ve landed on an eco-conscious fiber that will most likely be used in 2 of the styles in my premier collection. The winner? Drumroll, please…. Tencel! Below is a breakdown of what Tencel is, how it’s made, and its benefits to both you and the environment.
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Fashion is seen as a glamorous industry. And we get it. It's hard not to think of it this way when what we see are beautiful models in fashion editorials and runway shows in the media spotlight. Normally, we aren't exposed to the amount of resources it takes to produce clothing, nor the waste created from this process, nor the stories of the workers who make our clothes. 

Because transparency is just as important to us as trust is in any loving relationship, we want to unravel this view of the fashion industry and reconstruct the norm by sharing a narrative on how we can be a bit kinder to Mother Earth - through the way we make our clothes, the clothes we choose to wear, and how we choose to wear them.
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