ace & jig community quilt drone picture

waste not

fashion is one of the most resource-intensive industries in the world, both in terms of natural resources and human resources.

repairing of an ace&jig garment

lifespan

we are committed to helping extend the life of our clothing by repairing, hosting swap events, encouraging  reselling of styles no longer being used, and upcycling.

picking cotton in a field in India

ecology

our manufacturer ensures not a drop of water goes to waste in their facility. all the water comes from their own natural resource, and is processed in their own water softening plant.

thoughtful purchasing

we strive to design timeless and effortless garments that can be worn in many ways, for many years. we encourage our customers to make purchases thoughtfully with the following tools.

cary & jenna and their children at the Women's March in Washington D.C.

giving back

each year we partner with organizations and charities that are doing crucial work worldwide to promote human rights, sustainability, and earth conservation.

Cary & Jenna pictured with friends from the ace & jig community

community

the online ace&jig community participates in lively reselling of styles they no longer use, and also upcycle their ace&jig pieces into one-of-a-kind creations. we love that they share our commitment to finding a purpose for every last scrap.