We’re committed to people and the planet.
All of our garments are made-to-order in the USA. Producing in America means Love Tanya is supporting local economies and U.S. jobs, and it ensures workers get paid a fair wage. We truly care as much about the people who make the garments as the people who buy them.
There are people behind the clothes we wear, and too often they work under terrible conditions. We only work with domestic artisans and manufacturers who take pride in their work and are just as excited about our mission as we are. We choose to work with ethical factories that treat people like humans:
- Fair wages
- Paid time-off
- Clean, temperature-controlled facilities
- Flexible hours
We believe in Low Impact Manufacturing.
When garments are mass produced, they can sit in warehouses waiting for purchase. The number of items needed per color and size is a forecast. If the guess is too high, all expended energy, cost and inventory is wasted. And, it is costly for businesses to “warehouse” off-season, fashions.
Sadly, so often unsold fast-fashion inventory is dumped in landfills long after being shipped and handled multiple times. Wasted raw material, wasted woven fabric, wasted energy, wasted labor, more greenhouse emissions, and landfill overflows is the bitter result of fast-fashion.
By making garments using low impact manufacturing in the USA, nothing is made until you order it. What does this mean?
- No Wasted Inventory
- No Wasted Fabric
- No Landfill Dumping
- Better Quality Control
We support honesty & transparency.
We will always share all the information with you about our materials and production, so you can make an informed choice. We're into honesty, not greenwashing (making something sound more eco than it is), and we welcome any questions you have about our process or anything else.
Love Tanya supports the Fashion Revolution. You can learn more about it here.