Great question! There's a lot of different components and ways of looking at what makes something "sustainable." However, here at Noble Native, we are referring purely to the materials used in a particular item. Example, the fabric is made of recycled fibers, or the fibers are biodegradable.
This is a subject near and dear to our heart. When we say that an item has been ethically produced, it's because the person(s) that made that item, was paid a living wage, and provided a safe and healthy work environment, free of child labor.
At the moment, we only ship within the United States, but we hope to expand our shipping radius in the future!
We get asked this question pretty often, and the answer is "from all over!" The sustainable fashion market is still in its infancy, and consists mainly of other passionate, emergent designers that haven't yet built much brand recognition. We have been fortunate to discover several of these like-minded companies through social media!