Bespoke Tailoring and Slow Fashion
UN developed 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) to work towards ending poverty and other deprivations, with strategies that improve health and education, reduce inequality, and spur economic growth – all while tackling climate change and working to preserve our oceans and forests.
By adopting these SDGs, the fashion industry can become a place that contributes to global equality, biodiversity, and overall well-being.
At Sewdle we strongly believe that fashion must integrate efforts to protect the environment and the people working throughout supply chains in order to truly be a sustainable industry.
We can create a carbon-negative circular economy by adopting a more conscious approach to fashion consumption.
Switching from fast fashion to bespoke tailoring will ensure sustainability. Every garment is produced to order, this dramatically cuts down on textile waste and energy usage.
Bespoke tailoring comes at a cost compared to fast fashion, so they are not manufactured in bulk. Carbon emission due to bulk production will be reduced.
A traditional bespoke tailoring continues to value sustainable fashion by using traditional materials which are locally sourced & manufactured. Carbon emission due to transportation will be cut down.
Embracing ethical fashion is important to focus on reducing harm to people and the planet. It is concerned with social impact and the ethics behind a brand’s label. This will ensure compensation for the craftsman is fair and ethical.
We at Sewdle with our locally sourced handwoven fabrics & bespoke designs help our customers to reduce the demand for instant gratification at cheap prices and become a conscious consumer and promote our rich Indian textile heritage.