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The Well Worn

Positive Impact

Having a positive impact through all our actions.

At our core, we value the concept of 'beautiful clothes without compromise'. To us, this means upholding fairness, respect, and equality in everything we do.

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UN Sustainable Development.

Goal 12 is part of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a global framework for addressing pressing social, economic, and environmental challenges. By aligning with Goal 12, we want to contribute to the collective efforts to achieve a more sustainable and equitable world, demonstrating our commitment to global sustainability initiatives.

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Fashion is not just about the clothes; it's about the people behind them. From the skilled artisans who create our garments to the hardworking farmers who cultivate the materials, we recognise and appreciate the contributions of every individual involved in our supply chain.

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Since our beginnings, The Well Worn has donated to the
preservation and restoration of the natural environment. We've awarded donations to domestic and international grassroots environmental groups making a difference in their local communities. We are committed to donating 1% of our profits on an annual basis to support these causes.


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Transparency and Accountability

Partnering with UK factories allows for greater transparency and accountability in our supply chain. Our close proximity to our manufacturing facility (just 20 miles) enables closer oversight of production processes, ensuring compliance with labor standards and living wage, environmental regulations, and ethical practices.

We regularly visit the factory and have developed a close working relationship with Julie and Lorraine who manufacture our made to order pieces.

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UK factories are subject to strict labour laws and regulations, ensuring fair wages, safe working conditions, and respect for workers' rights. By choosing local manufacturing partners, you demonstrate a commitment to ethical manufacturing practices and social responsibility.

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Corporate Responsibility

We are committed to making a positive impact on the lives of those we depend on and those who depend on us. As a company, we understand our responsibility to uphold human rights and treat everyone in our supply
chain with the respect and dignity they deserve.

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Ultimate Goal

Our ultimate goal as we grow as a business is to establish modern and resilient supply chains that not only provide great job opportunities but also empower workers, enhance their skills, and give them a voice. Additionally, we strive to be advocates for the vulnerable, ensuring their rights and well-being are protected.

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Animal Welfare

We do not buy or use any new materials derived from animals in the make up of our collection.*

In addition to causing the suffering and deaths of billions of animals each year, the production of animal-derived materials including silk, woolfur, and leather—contributes to climate change, land devastation, pollution, and water contamination. PETA

*Some of our vintage or preloved denim garments may have leather patches

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Animal free clothing offers a more environmentally sustainable and ethical alternative to traditional fashion choices, reducing resource consumption, minimising environmental impact, and supporting a more compassionate approach to fashion production. By choosing vegan clothing, consumers can play a part in creating a more sustainable and cruelty-free fashion industry that respects both people and the planet.