Organic Cotton uses 87% less water than conventionally grown cotton and emits 45% less greenhouse gases. Conventional cotton is also notorious for using more pesticides than any other crop in the world. The use of these chemicals has led to the hospitalization of up to 1 million farmworkers every year. By using Organic Cotton, we keep the people we work with and the products we sell safe.
Tencel is one of the most efficient cellulosic fibers to produce because it is more absorbent and requires less energy and water than cotton. It has a lower environmental impact because it is sourced from wood pulp. By harvesting fiber from trees rather than annual crops like cotton, we are able to avoid pesticides and synthetic fertilizers, use less resources, and provide a better habitat for other plants and animals.
Low-impact dyes are known to be more eco-friendly as they do not use toxic chemicals. Also, they have a higher absorption rate, which means they require less water. Typical clothing manufacturing uses over 8,000 synthetic chemicals. Many of these chemicals are known to be carcinogenic and hazardous to our health. We believe that what you put on your skin matters.
Our main factory is located within 10 miles of our HQ in Los Angeles, CA which means we are able to check in on a weekly if not daily basis. We are proud to have a low carbon footprint.
Our factories are not certified but meet fair trade criteria. California labor laws are always enforced. Ethical manufacturing is a top priority for us.
Online orders are shipped with biodegradable mailers polybags are recyclable and made in Los Angeles. Your garment will arrive in a biodegradable polybag, with a recyclable hangtag & insert. We do not ship any branded materials other than the paper order confirmation slip in order to reduce our single-use waste.
Not many people think of this but polyester thread is very common as it is cheap and durable. We make sure to use cotton thread for sewing, and hope to use Organic cotton thread in the near future.
Yes, no animals were harmed here! We use natural, plant-based fabrics.
We are extremely passionate about mental health and have leaned into foundations that are truly trying to make a difference in peoples’ lives. We have extensively chatted with these organizations to understand their businesses, and ensure that our values are aligned.
If an item is returned, the transaction gets recorded as cancelled and the donation will be excluded from the aggregate amount that is donated to the nonprofit at the end of the month.
Sizing & Products
To find out how an item fits, consult our size guide and fit notes on all of our product pages. If you need additional help, please email us at email@example.com.
At humble co., we believe that profit, values, sustainability, and give-back can co-exist. We continue to strive to offer the most affordable price point possible, while maintaining a profitable business and without compromising our values. When you purchase from humble co., you are supporting a healthier and cleaner eco-system, along with providing people with the resources they need to overcome their mental health issues.
To find out how to take care of garments, consult our care notes on our product pages. If you need additional help, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We currently offer sizes XS-l Of course, we are just getting started.
Dye holds onto each fabric differently. Our fabrics have varying characteristics, like base color, content, weight & the way it's knit, so each absorbs dye in their own special way. If a fabric has a more natural-colored base vs a more pure white base, it’ll result in a different shade. Additionally, no fabric production run is exactly the same. Even slight variances between runs can cause the fabric to absorb dye differently and result in minor shade differences. Every fabrication requires a unique dye formulation to hit the same color tone, and even then, some variance is to be expected . If you're ever unsure, email us at email@example.com and our team would be happy to answer any questions.
We’re just getting started as this is our first production run, so more to come on re-stocking. Depending on demand, we will likely implement a waitlist--look out for that!
Orders, Returns, Exchanges
We try our best to respond to emails within 1-2 business days!
Orders are processed within 2-3 days, excluding holidays & weekends. For your convenience, we’ll send you an email with a tracking number that you can use to track your order. Once processed, your order will be delivered within 7-10 business days depending on your shipping address and chosen shipping service. All orders ship from Northern California.
COVID-19 Update: We have seen frequent shipping carrier delays after packages leave our warehouse. Please allow up to 10 business days to receive your order if you see any delays with tracking, and feel free to reach out to us if you still haven't received your package by then.
For U.S. orders, we offer free standard shipping via USPS on orders over $150!
We want our customers to be 100% satisfied with their purchase. If this is not the case, please visit our returns portal here to begin the return process. Just have your order number and shipping zip code in hand. You'll find your order number on your humble co. order confirmation email. We gladly accept returns or exchanges on full-priced items within 7 days of purchase as long as they are in original condition (unworn, unwashed and with tags). Items marked as final sale are not eligible for a return or exchange.
Returns are processed within 7-10 business days upon receipt of the package, but often sooner. We'll send you an email when your refund has been processed. Depending on your bank it can take 4-6 business days for the refund to appear in your account. Please contact your bank if your refund does not appear after it has been processed by humble co. You will receive a confirmation email once your refund has been processed.
Not yet! Hopefully one day.
USPS tracking is showing that my package has been delivered, but it’s nowhere to be found! SOS! Don’t panic! Sometimes USPS prematurely lists a package as delivered. We recommend taking a peek at your order confirmation to ensure that the shipping address looks correct and checking in with neighbors to make sure they didn’t accidentally snag your package, if possible. If your package doesn’t arrive after 3 business days, please contact the carrier to file a claim. Please note that if you chose to opt of insurance with Route at checkout, humble co. is not responsible for lost or stolen packages at this time
We’re still working on how this is going to work; contact firstname.lastname@example.org for all questions.
Please contact email@example.com and we’ll try our best to accommodate your return
Once we receive your return, please allow 7-10 business days for the return to be processed.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP! If your order has not been shipped already, we will do our best to cancel it.
Not yet, soon!
We accept all major credit cards. We do not accept personal checks, prepaid debit cards, or money orders.
Sales tax is dependent upon where you live and the items you purchase. All tax estimates will be messaged at checkout.
We get it, inboxes can be overwhelming. We do our best to keep our emails purposeful, but if they’re too much for you, you are able to unsubscribe from our emails at any time by clicking “unsubscribe” or by contacting us at email@example.com.
Please email vibes@Humbleco.us with your instagram handle, location, why you are into our brand, and what humble means to you. Please note that we will get back to you if it’s a good fit.
We started concepting humble co., out in May 2020, and launched our first capsule in October 2021.
Not yet, but eventually. Relationships mean everything to us.
MADE WITH LOVE
Our fabrics were grown in India and knitted, sewn, and organically dyed here in Los Angeles.
ON ALL ORDERS OVER $150
we share a percentage of our sales with an Indian mental health fund called The Live Laugh Love Foundation.