Sustainability

Lotties Eco began as a response to the suffocating world of fast, disposable fashion around us. Founder, Charlotte Sparey-Dell, wanted to slow everything down and create sustainable, considered clothing which would last. These values encompass all we do, from our fabric sourcing to the way we work.

Charlotte designs for her customers, creating collections based on real-life discussions with the people wearing her clothes. This allows for careful, well-developed garments which will stand the test of time aesthetically and practically. From ethically sourced bamboo fabric, which is much more environmentally friendly than many materials (see our Bamboo page for more details), to our fully recyclable packaging, everything we do has sustainability at the forefront.

Recognizing that being a sustainable company means so much more than just sourcing ethically, we endeavour to make a difference socially too. Our entire range is sewn from start to finish by experienced sewers in our Worcestershire studio and shop.

Our team works flexibly in a way that keeps our employees happiest. The majority of the collection is made to order, which minimises a huge amount of waste and means we can tailor each piece to your needs. Then we pack your orders ourselves in our beautiful recyclable gift wrap and send it to its new home.

Lotties Eco subscribes to the charity 8 Billion Trees, who carry out large scale tree planting and tree conservation to fuel positive environmental change and continue the fight against our human impact on the planet. Each of your orders helps us support charities such as these, whose values we wholeheartedly support.