Have you heard about PACT? They make super soft organic cotton clothing—mostly staples—using non-GMO seeds grown at family-run farms. We love that.
Their factory is certified; and there are no sweatshop workers. While that may not seem important to consumers, everything we buy has a ripple effect on the economy, jobs, and sustainability.
Anyway, we got a pair of butterfly design leggings and, at first we thought they might be too small but as Goldilocks once said, “They are just right”. The product is super soft and they fit nice.
"The product is super soft and they fit nice."
With Mother's Day just around the corner, it's time to show mom just how special she is. Instead of the mandatory family hike or Mother's Day brunch, why not let her stay cozy and relax in PACT.
PACT shows you know what Mom really likes (to relax!) while supporting other mothers and their families in India.
Each season, PACT partners with a non-profit to make a social change. This year, PACT is working with the Chetna Organics, a cooperative that helps small and marginal farmers towards improving their livelihood options and making farming a sustainable and profitable occupation. In addition, PACT's apparel is produced in a factory where workers are well paid, treated well, their families have health insurance and children receive free education.
What's not to like?
On their website:
Many people don't think about how their clothes are made. But, just as food doesn't come from a grocery store, clothes don't come from a department store. In fact, your clothing and food often start out in the same place: a farmer's field. PACT goes to great lengths to make sure our entire supply chain, from the growing and harvesting of the organic cotton to the final sewing and all the processes in between, are as clean and responsible as possible. We are pretty proud of how we make our stuff so you can not only feel good in your PACT clothes but feel good about where they came from too.