Before we started manufacturing our own Moolk label, we were sourcing wholesale labels and with this, came a butt-load of plastic. Mountains and mountains of plastic poly-bags piled up in our tiny office, as each individual garment was sealed in its own plastic bag.

We are proud to say we recycled every scrap of soft plastic through Red Cycle collection centres, but I knew I could do more. So now that we're manufacturing, we have more control. Not only over quality, fit and fabrics, but also in the amount of plastic we're generating as a small business.

We have chosen to NOT individually poly bag our garments, instead our lovely factory packs up to 20 garments in 1 poly bag. We don't like sending your garments in poly bags anyway, so they weren't really serving a purpose to us being wrapped individually. So to put it into perspective, for every 100 garments we make, we're only receiving up to 10 plastic poly bags. That's 90 poly bags that aren't being made and aren't going into the environment. YAY! 



In July 2019, we made the leap from using virgin plastic mailing satchels to certified home compostable, biodegradable mailing bags. 

Our mailing bags are proudly certified by Biodegradable Products Institute, OK Compost / TUV (Europe) and our supply chain complies ISO 14001, ensuring environmentally ethical production. In a commercial compostable environment, it will break-down within 90 days. At home, it may take up to 120 days. If it does end up in landfill, it will still biodegrade but will just take a wee bit longer.

They look and feel similar to virgin plastic, but they’re made from 70-80% PBAT (PolyButyrate Adipate Terephthalate: a co-polymer that is completely biodegradable and compostable leaving no toxic residues) and 20-30% PLA (PolyLactic Acid; a thermoplastic polymer derived from renewable resources like corn starch or sugar cane).

PBAT is a game-changer in the plastics industry, however we recognise it’s not the perfect solution to the world’s plastic epidemic. PBAT is partly derived from petrochemicals (aka oil aka not a renewable resource). But this is currently the best alternative and we believe it’s a bloody good start! And a heck of a lot better than using virgin plastics.



Acid Free

Our custom tissue paper is made from cellulose fiber, where the active acid pulp is eliminated during processing. It is also lignin- and sulfur-free, meaning that our ink won’t transfer from the tissue and the paper won’t leave behind any of these chemicals when decomposing.

FSC Certified

The FSC or Forest Stewardship Council certifies that the paper products that make up our printed tissue paper are sourced from a forest and supply chain that is managed responsibly and sustainably. FSC forest management standards are developed at an international level, and are then adapted to individual countries’ legal, social, and geographical settings, through national standards.

Soy-based Inks

Soy inks are an eco-friendly alternative to petroleum-based inks and they’re made from soybeans; a renewable resource. While soy inks are slower to dry than many inks, the process produces more vibrant colours as well as having the added benefit of not leaving behind petroleum based products when decomposing. Finally, soy inks have low levels of VOCs, reducing air pollution during the drying process.

Our tissue paper is also uncoated, so no micro-plastics left behind once the cellulose fibres have decomposed.




We only buy and print on 100% recycled paper.

Where possible, we avoid printing out packing slips and invoices to reduce the amount of paper we're consuming. This makes packing orders a little more time consuming, but it's worth the paper we're saving!      




By working with a reputable, high quality factory, we reduce the number of 'faulty' garments we receive. You know, the ones we can't sell because we only want you to have the best of the best so they last the test of time.

Usually, those faulty items can't be saved and end up in landfill - eww!

Wherever possible, we get faulty items repaired and then donate them to a local charity called "Be Uplifted". They sell them in their op shop and the profits go towards helping women living with breast cancer.




Size Guide


We've simplified things for you in 3 easy steps. 


STEP 1 - What's Your Regular?

Ask yourself this simple question: what size do you regularly wear? 

If you usually reach for a size 12 when out shopping, we recommend doing the same virtually here. 

If you're a 12-14, we'll advise whether to size up or down on each specific product. 

If you're a 12 with a big bust, we'll also tell you if a particular style is fitted at the bust, and whether we recommend sizing up (or not). It doesn't happen often, as we're designing most of our pieces for bigger cup sizes, but this leads us to the next important step...


STEP 2 - Read the Product Descriptions Carefully

We take a lot of time writing each and every product description, and jam-packing it with oodles of size/fit information. If you know step 1, step 2 will help you choose the right size, the first time.

Each product has 3 sections:

  1. Description
  2. About the Fit
  3. Model Info 

The Description is where we let our personality shine. It's where we'll tell you how amazing you'll feel when wearing the item, and highlight all the amazing features we've designed into it.

About the Fit is probably the most important section. We describe how it fits across the bust, hips and waist, and generally overall. If you're in between size, this is where you'll find our recommendation on sizing up or down in that particular style. 

We aim to style every product on 2 different models, and the Model Info is where you can find out the models regular size, what size they're wearing in that particular style, and their detailed bust/waist/hip measurements. This section comes a close second in importance, after About the Fit. It's a great way to compare your own measurements with our models, and see what size they regularly wear vs. what size they're wearing in that particular style. 


STEP 3 - Check the Size Chart, But if in Doubt, Chat it Out. 

We base our block patterns on the below average measurements. This table should be used as a GUIDE only, after you've taken the first 2 steps. 

Moolk General
Size Guide
To fit bust
To fit waist
To fit hips
6 80-85 60-65 87-92
8 85-90 65-70 92-97
10 90-95 70-75 97-102
12 95-100 75-80 102-107
14 100-105 80-85 107-112
16 105-110 85-90 112-117

If you're still unsure, or confused, or just want reassurance you've chosen the right size, use the form below to get tailored Size + Fit Advice.


We know buying clothes online can be tricky business, especially if you've just had a baby and your body has changed. So we hope this simple 3-Step process will help you get the right size, the first time.


Optional Step: First Hand Size Advice + Recommendations

Why not join our Moolk Mama Community and ask other mums (who have tried and tested Moolk) for their first-hand size + fit advice. A community of the kindest mamas, of all shapes and sizes, sharing their fave Moolk buys. It's a supportive and safe space to share selfies, and shower each other with compliments and encouragement. You're sure to get a confidence boost!

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