LOA Blog — wrapping materials

Business Cards made from scrap t-shirts

Posted by Katia Hagen on

For a while I have been really hesitant about making business cards. It's part of why I love selling my clothing online versus in a store - I feel like I can reduce so much paper waste! I don't need to make hangtags (that card hanging from the garment that tells you the price and size) and I don't have to print receipts, make signage, etc. Sometimes I feel the need for business cards but deep down it breaks my heart printing out a large amount of cards just so that someone can have my information. I see the convenience...

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How we wrap your purchase!

Posted by Katia Hagen on

I wanted to take a moment to share with you how and why we wrap your purchases the way we do! Today we're shipping out a Criss-Cross Maxi Dress! Instead of using tissue paper, which you throw out immediately after opening, we fold your garment into a tote. These totes are a patchwork of fabric remnants from the garments we make!When we cut the garments out of the fabric, we try to leave as little room between pieces as possible - however there will always be parts of the fabric that don't make the cut in the actual garment. Instead...

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