Tiny Twig garments are GOTS certified in recognition for meeting the highest standards, from field to finish.
Tiny Twig is a safe and natural clothing alternative forming a graceful link in the production chain of organic cotton baby clothes. A green process starting from the
Farmers → Mills → Manufacturers → Suppliers → Retailers/Stockists → end users and beneficiaries → healthy babies, happy parents and a greener environment.
Every garment of Tiny twig is made with love and care in factories that pay fair wages and follow ethical trade practices. The garments themselves are designed and created to be as unique and individual as your precious little baby and their durability means you can pass them on from one child to the next. And the next. When you consider that at least 10 % of all clothing manufactured ends up in landfill, this is a pretty big win for all!
Tiny Twig respects the natural order of sustainable, organic farming forging a graceful link between all stakeholders; from the farmer with his certified organic produce to the accredited factories creating bespoke garments, our loyal and educated customers to our passionate team behind the scenes.
A source of employment, a flexible work environment and mutually beneficial partnerships resulting in a sustainable future underpins the social purpose of the Tiny Twig business. We work in collaboration with like-minded individuals and organizations who share similar values of accountability, transparency and a social conscience with a commitment to climate change.
Safe work and fair trade practices
We only work with factories who are audited and certified for safe work practices. Due diligence on health and wellbeing as well as fair wages and safe working conditions are a pre requisite for all partners working with Tiny Twig.
A happy family creates a healthy community. As a source of identity and strength, financial independence is a vital resource for empowering women to participate fully in their community.
Tiny Twig encourages women to work in shifts suitable to their individual family needs thereby empowering individuals, improving living conditions and fostering community-based economic growth.
Impact and sustainability in a fashion based social enterprise
Madhu draws upon her knowledge and experience in organic chemistry as well as organisational management in looking at Tiny Twig as a model for both financial growth and the creation of social impact in the clothing market specializing in organic baby clothing.