Why do Beya Made clothes cost so much?
There is actually no such thing as "cheap clothes"
Sure, you can buy clothes for your child at any price point--the problem is that someone is paying the difference, even if it isn't you.
Sadly, we Americans have a distorted impression of the true cost of our clothing. "Affordable" clothing is most often made overseas for pennies on the dollar, by people who make such a low wage they often have to work 12 hour days, 6 days a week, separated from their families.
Here's why Beya Made clothes are different:
Our clothes are made in Atlanta, GA, and in partnership with a women-owned and operated, Fair Trade Guaranteed + GOTS certified co-op in Mumbai, India. Paying a fair wage and providing safe working conditions is a core Beya Made value.
We use natural fibers (organic and/or recycled whenever possible) that are sustainably sourced. Nature-based fabrics like linen are incredibly durable, easy to wash and care for, and will stay looking beautiful for decades.
Most cheap baby and toddler clothes are made from synthetic fibers (aka plastic.) After they've been discarded they will take HUNDREDS of years to break down in a landfill. Natural fibers biodegrade in weeks!
Actually...Beya Made clothes don't cost as much as cheaper alternatives.
When you compare the cost per wear of a Beya Made outfit to, say, one you can buy at Ta**et...the Beya Made outfit actually costs LESS because it lasts so much longer.
That's a win for your wallet AND a win for the planet!!!