Fair Indigo

Fair Indigo

Made from mainly organic pima cotton, Fair Indigo offers quality basics that are also ethical. Manufactured in Peru, their workers are paid a fair and living wage while also benefiting from good working conditions.

Fair Indigo specializes in men's clothing, women's clothing. We recommend them for basics.

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  • Based In

    USA

  • Size Range

    XS - XXL

  • Made In

    Peru

  • Shipping Details

    Yes*

  • Return Policy

    Free Returns**

How Sustainable Is Fair Indigo?

Fair Indigo is an organic and quality focused anti-fast-fashion brand. Fair Indigo enthusiastically encourages a long-term emotional connection to apparel pieces, that well surpasses seasons and trends.

These long-wearing and classic garments progressively reduce the amount of clothing that will end up in a landfill; while also decreasing production demand and thus saving copious amounts of both energy and water. Fair Indigo also strives to use the most recent eco-friendly innovations like software programs that minimize fabric scraps, opt for tag-free resolutions for all of their merchandise, and employ only biodegradable plastics in all of their packaging.

Additionally, the brand works to decrease their carbon foot-print, by utilizing solely low-impact and non-toxic dyes in all of their garments. Their dyeing process is completed by cleaning their wastewater and disposing of it responsibly. And lastly Fair Indigo is a distinguished certified member of Green America, an American non-profit organization that promotes ethical and green business practices.

Materials used:

Alpaca Cotton Organic Cotton Spandex

Is Fair Indigo Ethically-Made?

All Fair Indigo products are ethically-made. Fair Indigo believes that too often garment workers get unjustly overlooked, whether the specific goal is ecological sustainability or fast-fashion. At Fair Indigo, however, this is not the case. All of the artisans and operators that help to create the exceptional merchandise for this brand, are paid fairly and work in a clean, safe, and supportive atmosphere.

Fair Indigo personally inspects sewing room floors, respectfully asks for employs feedback, and even shares meals with hourly workers when visiting their family owned, operated, and fair trade workshop partners in Lima, Peru. And the organic Peruvian Pima cotton that is used in all of Fair Indigo’s products, comes from two family farms in Chiclayo and Pisco, Peru.

Furthermore, Fair Indigo strongly supports their local community by the ways of their non-profit organization within their brand, Fair Indigo Foundation. This charity branch of their brand has a strong focus on fostering and supporting education goals in low-income communities in Peru. Fair Indigo believes, “the key to transforming communities from poverty to prosperity is education.”

Fair Indigo Foundation raises funds for teacher’s salaries, school books, building improvements of the school faculties, and further educational resources poverty stricken children would not otherwise obtain access to. The brand offers the straightforward option to donate $5 to Fair Indigo Foundation before checking out and paying for your online order.

Certifications:

GOTS

Is Fair Indigo a Vegan Company?

Fair Indigo is a fully vegan company. All of Fair Indigo’s products are carefully made of primarily organic Peruvian Pima cotton. The brand offers four different organic fabric options in their apparel pieces, all of which are 100% vegan. The fabrics are: Eterna (a cotton jersey blend, made of 95% organic Peruvian Pima cotton and 5% spandex), Pura (an all-cotton jersey, made of 100% organic Peruvian Pima cotton), Serena (an all-cotton interlock, made of 100% organic Peruvian Pima cotton), and Encanta (a cotton and terry blend, made of 97% organic Peruvian Pima cotton and 3% spandex French terry).

*Shipping Details

Free shipping is available to the United States with no minimum.

The brand ships to the following locations: USA.

**Return Policy

For your first order, free returns are available. For all subsequent orders, there’s a flat fee of $6 per return.

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