The Fall Ref Jeans Collection
Get into something more sustainable
Tons of chemicals and 2,000 gallons of water go into producing a typical pair of jeans. Reformation makes your favorite pair without all the gross chemicals and crazy amounts of water. Their collection uses sustainable fibers to get the same feel and fit for a fraction of the impact.
Meet the Camille Dress: it's made from a TENCEL™ Lyocell/viscose/organic cotton/polyester/Lycra blend. Quite a lot of stuff, sure. But it also saves about 1,558 gallons of water compared to a similar, conventionally made dress.
The Joplin Relaxed Tee (made from TENCEL Lyocell) is far better at saving CO2 emissions and water than the average cotton tee. And the Julia High Cigarette Jeans? Good for the environment, amazing for your legs.
Ah, the Georgia Jumpsuit. Wear it jumping out of an airplane or while binge-watching on the couch—it doesn’t matter. Either way it saves almost 3,500 gallons of water per unit. That’s like 44 bathtubs of water.
Reformation's mission is to make effortless silhouettes that celebrate the feminine figure—sustainably. All their garments are made from eco-friendly materials, rescued deadstock fabrics and repurposed vintage clothing.
Reformation is cleaning up the fashion industry—while also making sure you get lots of compliments.