Slow fashion. For the groovers.
We are a community focussed on lessening our impact on the planet, one garment at a time.

Protecting the planet and it’s people.

Style and sustainability go hand in hand. That's why we're proud to share how we reduce our impact and pave the way for a more eco-friendly and ethical industry.

Sustainability is at the heart of everything we do. That means ethical manufacturing, eco-friendly fabrics, compostable packaging and partnerships that give back to our planet and community.



Our cotton is certified organic, meaning it passes a rigorous global standard of sustainability. This cotton is not only good for you, but great for the planet, reducing carbon emissions, fuel consumption and water use. Certified Organic farming is also safer for the workers who grow the materials we needed to curate Arlo & Olive’s collections, diminishing their exposure to harmful chemicals on cotton farms.


Linen is easy to grow and demands little to no chemicals or pesticides, using minimal resources to form fibre. Every part of the flax plant is used when producing linen fabric, so nothing is wasted!
Linen is also fully biodegradable when left untreated, and feels lush against your skin on a summer’s arvo, post-swim or pre-dinner.


Although traditional viscose / rayon is made from wood, the process of producing fabric relies heavily on chemicals that are not correctly disposed of and are toxic to our beloved planet.
The Lyocell we use is OEKO-TEX certified meaning that the fabric is certified free of harmful chemicals and are safe for human use.
Lyocell is 100% biodegradable.


EcoVero by Lenzing uses only responsibly sourced wood from PEFC or FSC certified tree plantations. It also replaces the chemical process with the NMMO process. This solution is much less harmful, and is used in a closed-loop solvent system, meaning almost no solvent is reaches the ecosystem, instead it is recycled and reused many times over.

EcoVero has up to a 50% lower water impact, and up to 50% lower carbon emissions than generic viscose.


We care about the people who make our clothes, just as much as the people who wear them.

Which is why we have chosen our beautiful, Australian owned manufacturer in Bali, Indonesia.
The factory has a very high standard of operation, ensuring that employees are safe in their working environment.

- Are paid above award wages, and voluntary overtime.
- Work Monday - Friday, with a voluntary working day on Saturdays.
- Receive a bonus around their religious holiday.
- Are entitled to 27 paid days of leave a year.
- Are entitled to paid maternity leave.
- Receive health insurance and workplace insurance.
- Are employed without religious bias.

We visit our manufacturer at least once a year to ensure all standards are being upheld.


Our printers use a closed loop system, translating to a recycling of wastewater that can be reused again and again.


Our tint and dye bases are Japanese brand called Dye-Star. They use an extra-special seaweed-based gel, made cleverly to be non-toxic to our beloved environment.


Our offcuts are re-purposed and used to create beautiful tapestries for another local brand. 


Packaged in plants, not plastic

We believe that packaging is an integral part of a sustainable business model.

We use recycled cardboard boxes that are compostable AND recyclable.
If your order does not fit in a box, it will be sent out in a compostable satchel.
We finish off the parcel with compostable shipping labels and stickers, FSC certified tissue paper and post-consumer recycled thankyou notes.
Lastly your order is sealed up with water activated paper tape that is also recyclable and compostable.

Australia Post is committed to carbon-neutral parcel delivery, which is why we have chosen to send all our parcels with Aus Post.

They calculate how much carbon is used when they process, ship and deliver their parcels using trains, planes and trucks. They then offset that amount and invest in projects that have a positive impact on the environment in Australia and overseas.


We go above and beyond to ensure all parts of our garments are low-impact, even down to the trims!


We choose to avoid all plastic buttons. Instead we use shell, wooden and metal buttons on all our garments.


Our swing ticket ribbon is made from jute, a natural fibre, rather than attached with plastic kimbles. Jute is 100% natural and bio-degradable.


Our care labels and brand labels are made from cotton, rather than traditional polyester. The ink may fade after a while, but we think that is a small price to pay!


We believe it's important to give back to the planet and the community who make our clothes.

We are donating $1 from every order to The Bali Childrens Project. The Bali Childrens Project helps to provide education for children living in Bali.

"Escaping poverty through education"
With each order placed on our website we are helping provide the necessary means to help children in poverty become educated.

Giving back to the wonderful community who make our clothes.

You can read more about what the wonderful team at The Bali Childrens Project do here.

During Covid-19 we were able to donate 4 food relief packages to families (pictured) to ease the burden of the cost of living with your help.

We have partnered up with Ecologi to plant 1 tree with every order.

Planting trees is one of the best tools to tackle the climate crisis and keep our temperatures from rising above 1.5C.

They are also crucial in preventing ecological collapse.

Ecologi have pledged to plant 1.7 BILLION trees by 2030 - how incredible is that!

You can check out our interactive tree forest here.

So far with your help we have planted 260+ trees!


We choose not to work with ANY animal products such as leather, feathers, silk, fur, wool or cashmere.
We are committed to ensure all our products are cruelty free.