The fashion industry is a major contributor to the climate crisis. Garment manufacturing uses water, energy, chemicals, and other resources that most people do not think about, or ever see. We are conscientious of the environmental impact and work toward reducing our crude fact-print resources.

Extending our clothes' lifespan is not only good for our finances but also helps the environment. The fashion industry is a major global polluter and human rights abuses are rife in the garment industries of developing nations.

Mix And Match aims to provide sustainable garments manufactured from 100% locally sourced organic yarns such as 100% cotton and linen. About Us

Mix And Match has taken part in “Slow fashion” since its start working with local artists and focusing on eco-friendly is an aspect of sustainable fashion and a concept describing the opposite of fast fashion, part of the "slow movement" advocating for clothing and apparel manufacturing in respect to people, environment, and animals. As such, contrary to the industrial practices of fast fashion conglomerates, slow fashion involves local artisans and the use of eco-friendly materials, intending to preserve crafts and the environment which provides value to all, slow fashion brands, and consumers.

In addition to being more environmentally friendly, Reformation clothing is also, adorable, if we do so ourselves. Everything we produce is made with recycled deadstock textiles and low-impact materials. We get to know all partners so that we can respond to the question "who created our garments" at every stage of the supply chain and guarantee that our products have beneficial environmental and social effects.

One of our initiatives was with Haret Al-Zabbaleen, providing them with left-over fabrics for collection complementary items such as bags and shawls with the aim of reducing production waste, a crude new source of revenue for the workers, while raising awareness about the issue in a forward-thinking manner curdling.