Creating clothing that cares

Co founder Garth Ellingham explains the benefit of choosing LUCKE, and creating clothing that cares

As a company that is committed to sustainability and ethical sourcing, LUCKE knows firsthand the importance of choosing the right custom clothing provider. Not only do sustainable and ethically-sourced options benefit the planet and the people who make our clothes, they can also have a positive impact on your business.

One major benefit of choosing a sustainable, ethically-sourced custom clothing provider is that it aligns with your company's values and mission. Consumers today are increasingly conscious of the environmental and social impact of the products they buy, and choosing a provider that shares your commitment to sustainability can help enhance your brand's reputation and appeal to socially-conscious consumers.

Another benefit is that sustainably sourced options can help reduce your company's environmental impact. The clothing industry is one of the most polluting industries in the world, and choosing a custom clothing provider that uses the lowest impact materials and manufacturing processes can help reduce your carbon footprint and minimise the overall environmental impact of your clothing.

In addition to the environmental benefits, an ethically-sourced custom clothing provider can also help improve the working conditions and wages of the people who make your clothes. By supporting fair labour practices, you can ensure that the people who make your custom clothing are treated with respect and dignity, which can have a positive impact on your company's reputation and social responsibility.

But sustainability and ethical sourcing aren't the only factors to consider when choosing a custom clothing provider. Quality and value for money are also important. 

This is why we created the mantra of 'clothing that cares' at LUCKE, to look at all these factors holistically and tailor a solution. We specialise in simplifying environmental and social procurement in the clothing space through a vetted supplier catalogue with the aim of being able to meet the clients requirements depending on where they are on their sustainability journey.

If you're considering custom clothing for your business, we encourage you to choose a provider that shares your commitment to sustainability and ethical sourcing. The benefits to the planet, the people who make your clothes, and your company's reputation and bottom line are worth it.

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