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Carbon Neutral

Sustainability and climate action are at the heart of Two Days Off. It is why our founder created the company in the first place. Although we are still a growing company, one of our top priorities is to be fully accountable for the emissions we produce when making our products and delivering them to you.

On the 50th anniversary of Earth Day and with the support of Climate Neutral we joined over 100 brands in certifying and and offsetting over 160,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent.

Learn More About Our Commitment to Climate Action Here


Sourcing

Our Materials

We place a priority on using biodegradable, natural fiber textiles (such as linen, cotton, wool, and hemp) because growing and manufacturing them have less of an impact on the environment. Additionally, natural fibers can be recycled or biodegrade once the life of the garment is over. Whether it's our upcycled deadstock fabrics or sustainable new materials we try to source locally to reduce the environmental cost of transportation.

All of our garments ship plastic-free and we do our best to avoid plastic and excess waste in all areas of our operations.

Design

Obsessed With The Details

We believe that high-quality, well-designed clothes will be loved. And loved clothes last. Each garment is drafted considering silhouette, comfort, and longevity. We handpick textiles that will feel good, wash well, and look good for a long time. We believe in clothing that you can love for years, that’s why durability is of utmost importance in our designs. The devil is in the details, so we like to finish our pieces beautifully and if there is space for a hidden pocket, you know it will be there.

Fabrication

Our How Is As Important as Our Why

Two Days Off pieces are ethically made-to-order or in super small batches here in Los Angeles, California. We choose to produce this way to avoid waste from overproduction of sizes and colors that don’t sell. This means the lead time for made-to-order garments is at least 4 weeks. During that time we cut, sew, and finish each garment with a close eye for detail and quality. For our small-batch runs, pieces are often limited edition, meaning just you and a few others will own it.

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