Usually you'd find this page full of bold statements about ethics and corporate responsibility, filled with jargon and fancy words that sound great, but can leave you wondering whether there's truth behind it or if it's just all smoke and mirrors.
So instead of writing fluffy mumbo jumbo, I want to share with you my first-hand experiences of my recent visit to China.
I currently work with two factories and have built strong relationships with both over the last 6-12months. When I arrived at each factory, here's what I learned:
I make a lot of business decisions based on 'gut feeling'. You know, that deep-seated feeling inside your soul that tells you whether you're making the right decision (or not). And based on the above, I am extremely confident to continue building relationships with my factories knowing they're operating in an ethical way.
This isn't the end though. I'll be making regular trips to China to inspect/reinspect and forever be asking questions to ensure Moolk is always adhering to ethical AND environmental standards.
Here's the official mumbo jumbo for reference (but is better recapped above :)
We take our ethical and social responsibilities seriously and are committed to ensuring that our factory adheres to our legal, moral and ethical standards by upholding human rights and fair working conditions as listed below:
These practices are all aligned with the International Labour Organisation’s conventions in relation to ethical trade and the Ethical Trade Initiative base code.
If we find any evidence of unethical or non-compliance to these minimum standards, we will take action by ceasing to place future orders until they prove their standards meet the required levels. If they fail to prove this, then we will immediately cease supply.
Buying clothes online can be tricky business, especially when you've just had a baby and your body has changed drastically. I've been there and can totally relate!
We try to offer as much advice on sizing and fit on every product listing, as each style is different and designed to fit a certain way. We're also providing our models detailed bust, waist and hip measurements to help you choose the right size for you.
Below is a general size guide for your reference. You'll find your measurements land smack bang in the middle of 2 sizes #annoying! Or your bust, waist and hips are all over the shop #confusingmuch?! But please keep in mind measurements act as a guide only and the fit will depend on 1) your body shape and 2) the style of dress.
I highly recommend you read the 'about the fit' section on each inidividual product, as they provide more accurate advice that reflects the design and fit of the garment and will often say "if you're in between sizes, we recommend sizing up/down for this style".
|To fit bust
|To fit waist
|To fit hips