“Care for your clothes like the good friends they are.” - Joan Crawford.

  1. Spot clean whenever possible to reduce unnecessary washing.
  2. Opt for cold water settings to conserve energy and preserve fabric.
  3. Hang your clothes to dry, benefiting both their longevity and the environment.
  1. Wash in cold water with similar colors, inside out.
  2. Avoid heat exposure to prevent shrinking; consider sizing up if using a dryer.
  3. After washing, reshape the garment and hang it to dry for maintaining its shape.
  1. Hand or machine wash in cold water.
  2. You can use a low tumble setting in the dryer to soften the linen instead of hanging it to dry, preventing stiffness.
  3. If you desire a pressed look, use an iron on medium heat with steam or garment steamers while the linen is damp from washing.

1. Machine-wash your garments inside out on the cold cycle.

2. Dry on a low heat setting in the dryer or line-dry for best results.

Crafting Memories

As a mom, I understand the sentimental value of our children's clothing. That sentiment becomes even stronger when we know that every step, from the farmer's harvest to the skilled craftsmanship, was done ethically and sustainably. At OAT & OCHRE, I carefully select a collection of clothing that reflects our values and celebrates the cherished memories we create.

Experience the joy of dressing your little ones in garments that embody compassion and responsibility. Shop at OAT & OCHRE for ethical fashion that tells a heartfelt story and nurtures a deeper connection.

Arrives in compostable and recyclable packaging

offering carbon neutral shipping


A truly sustainable brand puts people and our planet first, prioritizing transparency and sharing key information about their manufacturing process, factories, and supply chain. They focus on quality over quantity, avoiding excessive new collections and product releases. Their decisions are driven by a commitment to reducing negative impact and minimizing waste, such as recycling materials, using natural dyes, and creating in small batches. By supporting such brands, you align yourself with their values and contribute to a more sustainable and responsible fashion industry.

One significant factor is that workers involved in the production process, including farmers and garment workers, are paid fair and liveable wages. Furthermore, the fabrics used in slow fashion are meticulously tested to ensure they are free from harmful toxins, prioritizing the health and well-being of both the consumers and the environment. Additionally, slow fashion embraces natural fabrics like organic cotton, wool, linen, and hemp, which are more expensive to grow and harvest compared to conventional materials like cotton, polyester, and nylon. This investment in ethical practices and sustainable materials contributes to a more responsible and conscious fashion industry.

When purchasing new clothing, approach shopping with intention rather than impulse, ensuring that each item aligns with your personal style and values. Prioritize quality over quantity, considering the longevity of the piece and asking yourself if it will be worn at least 30 times or more. By adopting these mindful shopping habits, you can curate a sustainable and conscious wardrobe.

  • Brand:

    Girlfriend Collective

  • Collection:

    Best Sellers

  • About the brand:

    Girlfriend Collective is an eco-friendly activewear brand that manufactures its products from recycled materials such as water bottles, polyester (RPET), and fishing nets. All of their textiles are made from recycled materials in a facility in Taiwan that specializes in eco-friendly and high-quality textiles, then cut and sewn in one of their partner facilities that was carefully chosen for its values and ethics. Girlfriends core factory is located in Hanoi, Vietnam, that's SA8000 certified, guarantees fair wages, has safe and healthy conditions, and zero forced or child labor.