Slow fashion revolution
Create the sustainable clothing you want
Andaazle was born out of the desire to provide a sustainable fashion choice, that makes you look and feel good while not damaging the environment. The current model of fast fashion, standard sizes, and cheap polyester based fabrics has filled our wardrobes with ill-fitting and unwanted clothes, while at the same time trashed our oceans and piled up landfills. Tailoring clothes to specific preferences and body measurements, allow us to be more mindful of our consumption and reduce waste across the value chain. We wanted to bring the joy of beautiful fabrics, well-fitting clothes, and customization across the globe.
We use only natural fabrics
We only use natural fabrics such as cotton, linen, wool, modal (regenerated cellulose) and silk in the clothes that we make. Natural fabrics are more breathable and have a luxurious feel on the skin. We don't use polyester as it is of poor quality and the production process uses harmful chemicals that damage our environment. Though natural fabrics are more expensive, the true cost of supporting polyester ends up being much higher.
We eliminate waste
Our made-to-order model allows us to create only what you order. This means we don't store any inventory in fabrics or in finished clothes. This model eliminates clothes that end up in landfills, reduces pollution and saves precious natural resources
We make rewear easy
Our clothes can be easily altered to change with you. Our master tailors create additional seams that can be removed easily to make the clothes expand if needed. This means you can continue to wear our high quality clothes for longer. We make it easy for you to make a sustainable choice.
We know exactly who made your clothes
We work with small tailoring partners, where we know the face of each tailor. They are masters in their craft and are treated us such - we ensure they are paid fair wages and work in good conditions. A single clothing made in a factory can involve tens of different workers, whereas our clothes only involve a few: a master to draw and cut the pattern, and a tailor to stitch it all together.