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What size should I buy?

If you’re not quite sure which size is right for you, refer to our size guides. They’re located underneath the available sizes for each of our products.

Can I cancel my order?

We completely get it, we change our minds too! While we wish could, once an order is placed, we are unable to alter or cancel it at this time. We hope to have a cancellation window one day in the future.

Should the item(s) not work out, make sure to exchange for a preferred style or return for a refund. As a reminder, domestic return shipping is free.

Shipping, Returns & Exchanges

We use all major carriers, and local courier partners. You’ll be asked to select a delivery method during checkout.

What is the shipping policy?

Once your order is placed, you will receive a confirmation email letting you know that our fulfillment team has received your order. Once your order is fulfilled, you will receive an email notification with your tracking information. Shipping fees are non-refundable in the case of returns.

Do you ship overseas?

No, not at this time.


What's GOTS-certified organic cotton?

Fabulously Organic & Fair Trade Certified

The Benefits of Organic Cotton

We love cotton for women, baby & kids' clothes! And here's why, cotton is a strong, breathable, and natural material that can be made into many different fabrics and feels great next to the skin. But there's a catch. Pesticides used in conventional farming contaminate the soil, ground and surface water, and can also drift onto neighboring crops. The synthetic fertilizers commonly used result in water contamination and significant greenhouse gas emissions. These inputs have a significant negative impact on local communities and the surrounding ecosystem.  

This is why using Certified Organic Cotton matters. Produced according to organic agricultural standards, it supports healthy soils, ecosystems, and people by banning the use of chemical pesticides, synthetic fertilizers and GMOs. By choosing organic cotton products, you're making a positive impact on the environment and the farmers who grow it. Compared to conventional farming, organic farming results in cleaner air, better soil, safer farming practices, and keeps toxins out of the finished product. 

Not All Organic Cotton is Created Equal

Mightly & Of an Origin source cotton from Chetna Organic Farmers Association. Chetna was founded in 2004 and has grown from just 240 farmers to 15,000 small scale organic cotton farmers in the Orissa, Telangana, and Maharashtra regions of India. For nearly two decades, Chetna has supported marginalized farmers, enabling them to practice sustainable and profitable farming. Chetna farmers use 70% less water and 60% less energy than the average non-organic farmer. To learn more about Chetna’s inspiring story, click here

Organic Farming is Just the Beginning

Cotton farming is just the first part of the multi-step manufacturing process and every step in that process matters! That’s where the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certification comes in. The standard was established by leading standard setters to define world-wide recognised requirements for organic textiles. From the harvesting of the raw materials, environmentally and socially responsible manufacturing to labeling, textiles certified to GOTS provide a credible assurance to the consumer and help generate positive impacts for both people and the environment.

Critically, GOTS covers all stages of organic textile processing. To carry the GOTS label, all steps must meet strict ecological and social criteria. One of the main focuses of GOTS is eliminating hazardous substances such as heavy metals, toxic chemicals, GMOs, formaldehyde, and solvents. Manufacturers are required to keep records of all chemicals used in production, and these substances must pass toxicity tests. 

With the GOTS label, you can trust that organic cotton products meet world-wide recognized requirements for organic textiles from the farm to the finished product. 

What does Fair Trade Certified mean?

Why Fair Trade Matters

We believe that everyone deserves to thrive in a sustainable community and we believe that businesses have an obligation to the workers who make their products. In fact, our CEO and Mightly Co-founder, Tierra Forte was part of the team that developed and launched the Fair Trade Apparel and Home Goods Pilot Program back in 2009. The Fair Trade model protects human rights, supports livelihoods for farmers, fishers, and workers, and fosters resilience in both communities and supply chains. To date, over $1 billion in financial benefits have gone to producer communities around the world. Naturally this is a movement we want to be a part of!

Fair Trade is a global movement uniting producers, companies, consumers, advocates, and organizations. Together, we are working towards the mission of eliminating poverty and enabling sustainable development worldwide. Fair Trade Certified factories adhere to rigorous social, environmental, and economic standards to ensure worker health and safety. This includes safe working conditions, no child or forced labor, elimination of harmful chemicals, guaranteed maternity leave and other important provisions that benefit garment workers.

For every Fair Trade Certified product sold, Mightly & Of an Origin pay an additional Fair Trade Premium to the workers who make our clothes. Collectively, they vote on how to spend the funds on projects that address community needs, so that their families can thrive for generations to come.

Since the launch in 2010, the Fair Trade Certified Factory Program facilitated sending $64M+ to over 230,000 factory workers. By increasing capital and decision-making mechanisms, the factory program enabled these workers to improve access to resources such as healthcare services, education programs, and groceries. For more information about Fair Trade visit Fair Trade USA and look for the label to support better working conditions for the people who make your clothes.

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