Using handloom fabrics made from natural fibers is sustainable for several reasons:
Natural fibers like cotton, linen, and wool biodegrade and don't release harmful chemicals during production.
Furthermore, handloom weaving is a low-waste and low-energy process compared to producing synthetic fabrics.
Handloom weaving is an age-old technique that has been used for centuries.
By using handloom fabrics, we preserve traditional skills and support communities that depend on this trade.
Handloom weaving enables small-scale production and custom orders, reducing waste generated by mass-produced garments.
Handloom fabrics are often stronger and more durable than synthetic fabrics, meaning they last longer and need replacement less often, reducing the environmental impact of fashion production.