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  • Size Range

    XS - XL

  • Made In

    United States, India, Mexico, Turkey, Pakistan and Vietnam

  • Shipping Details


  • Return Policy

    Free Returns**

How Sustainable Is Reformation?

This brand creates 50% of their products in-house and close to their offices in Vernon, California. The remaining fashion pieces are made by environmentally responsible manufacturing partners in other parts of the United States, India, Mexico, Turkey, Pakistan, and Vietnam. This brand has been creating clothes that have been carbon-neutral since 2015; and currently they collaborate with the non-profit organization Climate Neutral, to authenticate and endorse their 100% carbon-neutral status. Reformation uses electricity offsets from 100% wind power suppliers and utilizes only Energy Star-Rated appliances in their offices. This brand also works together with Native Energy and Bonneville Environmental Foundation to replace and restore water resources around their factories and factory partners.

Furthermore, Reformation is currently also making great strides in progressively becoming a truly zero waste brand. Presently Reformation recycles or donates 75% of their textile scraps, and is hoping to push that specified percentage up to 85% in the near future. Their ultimate goal is to be 100% zero waste. This brand uses recycled paper hangers and reusable textile tote bags in their stores. And their exclusive use of either 100% compostable or 100% recycled LDPE garment bags/packaging,(that both use bio-based materials and break down completely after intended use) is clear evidence of their zero waste commitment.

Materials used:

Alpaca Leather Linen Recycled Cashmere Recycled Cotton Recycled Nylon Silk Tencel Viscose

Is Reformation Ethically-Made?

Yes, Reformation is ethically-made. This brand uses the MIT Living Wage Calculator to accurately establish their living wage models for all of their employees. If the living wage increases, the model is renewed accordingly and workers are provided with the most up to date living wage.

Reformation strictly enforces their code of conduct(that is based on the four standards of the International Labor Organization) on all of their workers and supply chain partners. Reformation is dedicated to responsible recruitment and fair treatment of all of their workers. This brand has signed onto the Apparel & Footwear Industry Commitment (AAFA/ FLA) for accountable recruitment, that actively tackles possible forced labor risks in international supply chains. Reformation has set goals of achieving 100% fair compensation and full benefits to all of its manufacturing workers and supply chain workers everywhere by 2025.

This brand also performs yearly anonymous Worker Sentiment Surveys, that allow the workers to give their honest feedback on keys aspects such as: working hours, wages, workplace environment, confidence in the grievance mechanism, overall happiness at work, and dealings with their supervisors.


Climate Neutral Certified Oeko-Tex

Is Reformation a Vegan Company?

Reformation is not a vegan brand. This brand sells products made out of alpaca fiber, leather, silk, and recycled cashmere. However, Reformation does carry a vegan lace-up espadrille wedge shoe assortment in a variety of differentiating styles, colors, and patterns. These shoes are sustainably made in Brazil, with 100% linen or 100% cotton uppers, lined with a Bio Polymer leather alternative that is made from recycled polyester, and a natural rubber sole. Additionally, Reformation never uses fur, angora, exotic animal skins, or down in any of their merchandise.

*Shipping Details

Reformation offers free shipping with no minimum to the United States.

The brand ships to the following locations: International.

**Return Policy

Free returns to the US: “For online orders in the U.S., we accept stuff in new condition with original tags attached for a full refund. Return shipping is free for returns within the U.S or you can return online purchases to any store.”

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