Fabric minimums are a major challenge to all small businesses. The higher the demand for a fabric, the cheaper a supplier can afford to sell it and the lower the minimum order required. Due to the low, sometimes non-existent demand for the sustainable or recycled fabrics, minimum orders and prices can be unattainable. With so few brands seeking these kinds of fabrics, this will continue to be a barrier for entry to many small businesses,
But while change could be daunting, even the simplest steps can have a worthwhile impact. Our solution comes from using a mixture of regular stock and discontinued high quality fabrics.
This approach minimises the waste that comes from our factory and also ensures unique and affordable wardrobe staples.
In the instance, where we use regular stock fabric, transparency and traceability in the supply chain are a paramount.
This is why we work with local importers in Bulgaria who have long established relationships with European fabric manufacturers, while also working directly with some fabric mills. Our main supply points are in Bulgaria, Italy, Czech Republic, Germany and Turkey.