Sustainable Boy’s Fashion Brand Launches New Clothing Patches


Boywonder_patchesBoy Wonder, a design-led sustainable boys brand ethically made in Britain have this week launched a new product.

The fish & chips design motif that appears on their best-selling certified organic cotton T-shirts and sweatshirts has been turned into iron-on clothing patches.The idea behind this product is to extend the life of Boy Wonder garments as part of their commitment to circular and sustainable fashion.

According to WRAP “Extending the life of clothes by just nine months would reduce carbon, waste and water footprints by around 20-30% each”

The patches are simple to iron on and come with an instruction card. They can be used to cover up rips, holes or stains or even to liven up an old garment and give it a new lease of life.

Boy Wonder also incorporate extra growth room into their garments and give complimentary repair kits and care guides to give their customers the tools to care for their garments so they can be cherished and passed down to others.

The patches are £10 for the set 


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