Falling Leaf Clothing: Affordable, Socially-Conscious Fashion
Designed in Stirling, Falling Leaf Clothing‘s soft hoodies and t-shirts are sustainably and ethically made: they’re printed with solvent-free, water-based inks.
Launched in 2021, Falling Leaf Clothing is an affordable, environmentally, socially-conscious clothing line – with a Scottish photography twist. The products feature the brand’s founder, Lindsay’s photos – taken during her motorbike travels.
The organic cotton beanies and recycled PET caps are eco-embroidered via an innovative, plastic-free process. The garments are unisex, they’re sourced from suppliers that are PETA-approved vegan/Fair Wear Foundation members, and they’re decorated using 100% renewable energy.
Falling Leaf Clothing’s aim is to showcase the beauty of Scotland and its wild landscapes via unique, sustainable, guilt-free clothing – that doesn’t cost the earth.
“I created Falling Leaf Clothing to try to bridge the gap between clothing that was sustainable, clothing that I wanted to wear, and clothing I could afford to buy,” said Falling Leaf Clothing’s Founder Lindsay Galloway-Hall (who previously worked in New Product Development, Project Management, and Sales and Business Development).
Recently, Falling Leaf Clothing was shortlisted as a finalist at the StartUp Awards National Series, as well as winning 4th place in ‘The HEAT’ – a Dragons’ Den-style competition for start-ups in the Forth Valley.
Find out more here: https://www.fallingleafclothing.com