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The Reality

     Positive representation of everyday people and the celebration of such culture is often neglected. Major media outlets often focus on the negative occurrences and influences, thus, encouraging the promotion of false stereotypes. Protesting often hurts more than it helps and boycotting often fails to take traction.

     The practices and methodology used to produce and manufacture clothing is extremely detrimental to the environment. From poor work outsourcing habits to careless waste disposal habits, to cheaply made materials. Each year fast fashion business models generate over 15 million tons of textile waste in the United States. Recycling programs help. However, only 1% of all clothing are recycled because mixed fabrics like polyester and synthetic cotton are extremely difficult to separate.

What We Stand For: Improvement

     We offer you a different solution. A silent but deadly solution. And it starts with you, and what you wear. Cultivated Society is an eco-friendly streetwear brand that strives to empower stagnant minds through its designs. You, the consumer, have the power to create the image you wish the world to see you as. It has been said that a single image is worth a thousand words. What does your image say about you?

     From idea conception, to design mock up, to manufacturing, to shipping, everything is completed in the United States. Water-based inks are used to translate all of our designs to your shirt. The content of our fabrics consist of a comfortable mix of 55% hemp and 45% organic cotton // 100% organic cotton. Although this ups the price a bit the benefit to using such fabric greatly outweighs the cost:

- Every wash guarantees a softer touch

- Greater durability and stretch resistance

- Lightweight and breathable for hot weather

- Locks in warmth for cooler climates

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