Sustainable Uniforms

Here at Fashionizer, sustainability is much more than just a slogan in our marketing activities. We are dedicated to improving our sustainability credentials in all areas of our business, trying where possible to use sustainable materials, sustainable processes and to encourage our customers to do the same and to be aware of sustainable choices for their uniform requirements.

We maintain an ethical supply chain which we are working hard to make as transparent as possible. We are aware that we don’t live in a perfect world, and the fashion industry has a long way to go to improve its sustainability credentials. However, now that awareness is growing, every month brings new technical developments, and we are keen to embrace these developments to help us make sustainable choices in our purchasing. We try to inform and encourage our customers to do the same.


Fashionizer’s sustainability agenda is concentrated in three main areas: 


We endeavour to reduce our impact on the planet in all areas of our business, including our office environment, carbon footprint and supply chain transparency and sustainability.

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We prioritise a positive and flexible environment for all our staff, ensuring they are treated and paid fairly. We pay our freelancers and supply chain fair wages and only use those that adhere to ethical employment practices.


We pay appropriately for all our materials and manufacture to maintain the profitability of our supply chain, and ensure we are paid fairly to safeguard our own profitability without which our sustainability efforts cannot happen. We aim to pay all suppliers in a timely manner and encourage our customers to do the same.

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Fashionizer focuses on improving the transparency of the material supply chain; an audit trail typically includes information such as the origin of the raw materials, the suppliers involved in the production process, the transportation and handling of materials, and any certifications or standards that have been met along the way. This information can be used to identify potential risks and ensure that materials are ethically sourced, produced, and transported.

Although most of our materials come from Europe, and we know where we have bought them from, at the present time it’s unfortunately not possible to know the full audit trail of the yarns, processes and working practices involved in the creation of all our fabrics. This is because often they go through multiple processes and companies in their complex journey from farm to fabric.

As for production, our ability to visit our factories in person means we know for a fact that our products are made in factories that pay fair wages and have good working conditions, therefore we know that they adhere to our Fashionizer values.

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