Who Made my Clothes?

Why Create a Mini Capsule Wardrobe for Your Kids

It’s Fashion Revolution Week and we encourage you to ask the question, “who made my clothes?”

What is Fashion Revolution Week? It is a week dedicated to the collapse of Rana Plaza in Dhaka, Bangladesh to raise awareness of the historically exploitative fashion industry and demand change.

- We are asking for change.

- We are asking for cleaner, safer, and fairer industry standards.

- We are asking for brands and businesses to be more transparent.

- We are asking for consumers to be more mindful and informed shoppers.

- We are asking for you to buy less and choose well.

So go ahead and ask us, “who makes Wildly Co. kids clothes?”
We work with our creative director, Hayley, and dream up big ideas for new pieces.

We work with Darlene and her team in South Carolina to make our pattern and design dreams come true.

We work with Molly and Walter and the employees at Opportunity Threads to produce our clothing.

To us, the people who make our clothing matter and we couldn’t do it without them. Let’s show the world that we care about all lives, in all countries, that contribute to the fashion industry.

“Small acts when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world.” -Howard Zinn

To learn more about our transparency and our ethically made kids clothes, visit our About page.

To learn more about Fashion Revolution Week and how you can take action: http://fashionrevolution.org/

It’s Fashion Revolution Week and we encourage you to ask the question, “who made my clothes?” So, just who exactly makes Wildly Co. kids clothes?