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We'll accept returns of unworn/unwashed orders within 30 days of receipt. Credits will be issued either by store credit (100%) or refund (purchase amount minus shipping fees)
YES! All of our pieces can be machine washed and dried.
We don't recommend using a dryer because it can cause shrinkage and also wears the clothes out much faster. Natural fibers dry very quickly so hanging dry will be easier on the clothes AND theplanet!
Beya Made outfits are sewn both in Atlanta, GA and in Mumbai, India in a Fair Trade Guaranteed & GOTS certified women-led co-operative. Their mission is to empower women to break the cycle of poverty by providing a living wage, educational opportunities, health care and childcare on site.
Our pieces are stitched in Atlanta, GA and in a Fair Trade Guaranteed & GOTS certified women-led co-operative in Mumbai, India. Their mission is to empower women to break the cycle of poverty by providing a living wage, educational opportunities, health care and childcare on site.
Many of outfits are hand-made. This means that the one highly skilled person cuts, stitches and trims each and every garment.
Handmade garments are made with love and meticulous attention to detail!
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. And once it's been handed on to a sibling, friend or relative? INFINITELY less! That's a win for the planet and a win for your wallet.
Our fabrics are sustainably salvaged from other manufacturers who have milled more than they need, or they contain slight imperfections (which we can cut around because we make tiny clothes!)
We're essentially rescuing these perfectly good rolls of fabric from a landfill. Using what we already have is the most sustainable way to make clothing!
We use mostly linen fabric, which is naturally sustainable in that it requires virtually no pesticides and thrives on rainfall--no need for irrigation--and organic cotton.
Linen is also one of the strongest fibers, so it holds up to a ton of wear and tear, and is woven loosely enough that stains can be scrubbed out easily.
Our pieces are expandable, fitting 3x longer than other brands. They're season-less, so they can be worn all year round, and they're gender neutral...which means they're easily shared between siblings, friends, generations of happy kiddos, regardless of sex!