As part of our efforts towards maintaining transparency we’re taking the time to highlight what we’re doing as a mindful brand. The high quality and low-impact pieces we create are designed to be long- lasting. Our timeless styles are made to last years-avoiding creating waste or going to landfills. In addition to creating production, we pride ourselves on crafting all of our pieces ethically. Our styles are made with Domestic and Imported Yarns, based on yarn availability and current market status.
We operate multiple manufacturing facilities in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and have headquarters in Hauppauge, NY. With our manufacturing taking place right here at home, we are able to consistently reduce our carbon footprint.LUXURIOUS FABRICS CREATED FROM CERTIFIED YARNS ECO+ FABRICS WE WORK WITH...
In its purest form, organic cotton is higher quality, safer for farmers and ultimately one of the best sustainable threads made. Not to mention its favorable natural color. This natural plant-based textile is grown, processed, combed and sewn into your wardrobe’s favorites. Organic cotton uses 90% less water and greenhouse gases which lessen our environmental footprints. It requires 62% less artificial energy as it relies on nature's own energy to thrive. Overall, organic cotton is not only better for the Earth but better for you and others. Royal Apparel organic cotton goes through a credible certification process from The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS).
One of the world's biggest problems is single use plastics, like bottles. We take those plastics and turn them into classic durable American made pieces. The foundation of recycled bottles, with a variety of blends like organic cotton, lay the groundwork for our sustainable fabric that is both chic and comfortable. The process of turning plastic bottles into ethically produced apparel is called recycled polyethylene terephthalate, or rPET. An estimated 60 million plastic bottles are thrown out every day, our line saves at least 2 million and we only aim to get better.