Sustainability is key with Nancy Dee
We all know it’s important to do our part for the environment. However, do you know the impact your clothes have on the environment? According to treehugger.com, there are five major reasons why you should choose sustainable clothing:
1. It’s better for the planet
2. It’s better for people
3. It’s better for animals
4. It lasts longer
5. It’s cheaper and easier to take care of
Sound good? Nancy Dee garments are here to change your mind about sustainable clothing. All products are manufactured right here in Britain. The company wants to bring back the fast-disappearing specialist skills that established this country’s reputation for quality manufacture. They are an ethical company following strict UK and EU working regulations within all factories used.
Nancy Dee takes the utmost care, ensuring that the complete life cycle of their garments, from creation to their eventual disposal, has absolute minimum environmental impact. The designs are not trendy, one-season designs. They take pride in designing classic pieces that will be mainstays within your wardrobe. All materials used are made from fibres extracted from renewable natural resources. These renewable materials include soya bean, bamboo and organic cotton (grown without the use of pesticides).
To continue the sustainability theme throughout the company, they minimise their impact on the environment within all departments of the business. They plan collections far in advance, transport materials by sea rather than air, recycle all paper waste and ink cartridges in the office and for all their orders, they use acid-free tissue paper and recyclable cardboard tags and mailing boxes.
Who doesn’t want a closet full of versatile, comfortable, easy-to-take-care-of, long-lasting garments? Some of the designs and colours are produced in very limited runs, so it is unlikely you will find someone else with the same piece! Nancy Dee offers beautiful dresses, tops, trousers and skirts for women, in a wide array of prints and colours.
For more information, follow Nancy Dee on Twitter @NancyDeeFashion or check out the Nancy Dee website.
Photo: Courtesy of Nancy Dee