This label shows you don’t have to choose between ethics and size diversity

Words by Maeve Kerr-Crowley

Sew good.

Any label with a focus on sustainability and ethical production is a win in our books.

But, as brands like The Sew Good Company show, an emphasis on size diversity is the cherry on top of the cake.

While the company began as a small social initiative in Cambodia – connecting new mothers with each other for support and a sense of community – it’s now grown into a fully-fledged fashion label.

The brand is characterised by its fun prints and soft fabrics, which you’ll find across a range of dresses, overalls, jackets, skirts and accessories. All styles are available in sizes 6-26, designed with a variety of body shapes in mind.

Of course, the sense of social responsibility that launched The Sew Good Company hasn’t gone away, with every seamstress treated fairly and paid well. All profits are filtered back into rural Cambodian communities too, with the aim to fund education, healthcare and women’s empowerment programs.

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