WOULD YOU WEAR CLOTHING WITH A "MADE IN POVERTY LABEL"? When a garment has a cheap price, someone in the supply chain is suffering for that "deal."
Connecticut Country Clothing, as a socially responsible company adheres to fair trade practices - from the origins of our fabrics to the sewing of our garments. Our sourcing and manufacturing are connected to the livelihoods and well-being of others. We believe workers should receive a living wage and work in safe conditions. Fair Trade is a model of sustainable, ethical trade that puts people and the planet first. We are a business member of Fair Trade LA.
WHERE ARE YOUR CLOTHES MADE? Here in the U.S., we sometimes assume sweatshops are a third world matter - but they're not. Los Angeles, along with other cities with garment districts, have their share. Because of this, it is our hope you will care about where your clothes are made, for when a garment has a cheap price - someone in the supply chain is suffering for that "deal." Please check out Fair Trade Certified to learn more: https://www.fairtradecertified.org/why-fair-trade