We Keep Our Prices Low so That You Can Buy Well

SamRobinson_0813_TheFableists_2356Our clothes are made with great attention to detail. They are beautifully cut and tailored. They are stitched so that they won’t fall apart. The fabrics are dyed so that the colours are rich and earthy. We want our clothes to be authentic and true to the story that we set out to tell. We never want to skimp on the quality of the clothes, or how they were made.

We have no hesitation in telling you that our clothes are better made than almost any kids clothing you will find; better made than the so-called ‘premium’ brands. When you buy clothes with a fancy name on them, you are paying for that name – not for quality. More often than not, when you buy clothes with a ‘designer’ badge on them, they are made for a pittance and sold at hugely inflated prices.

Tough But Fair

Tough But Fair

We simply don’t think that’s right. We believe that everyone who is involved in the making of our clothes should be paid a fair wage. We are committed to making clothes that are sweatshop-free. We support small, family-owned farms whose owners are working to rid their land and its produce of toxic chemicals.

The quality of our clothes, the beautiful designs and their provenance means that The Fableists is a premium brand. We purposely don’t price our clothes to compete with other premium corporations because we want to make the point that smart buying choices don’t have to be expensive. You can feel good about buying our clothes and they won’t break the bank.

Sophia in the Smock Dress

Sophia in the Smock Dress

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Welcome to the Dawn of The Fableists’ New Blog

Apache in 'You Are What You Wear' Tee by Gregori Saavedra and the Western Shirt

Apache in ‘You Are What You Wear’ Tee by Gregori Saavedra and the Western Shirt

With the news that we have a launch date established, we will be making some exciting changes to our blog site. The grand opening of our web site on Tuesday October 29th, will mean that the blog will be located within the site as well as at its current location.

Up until now, we have been telling the story of The Fableists. We’ve been sharing photos of the first collection, information about how and where the clothes are made and interviews with many of the people involved in making the clothes and getting our brand out there.

Kunal from Chetna Organic

Kunal Balar from Herbal Fab

We will still bring you stories about The Fableists and give you special sneak peeks at our new collections but will also take a step back and look at what is important to The Fableists. We will share information on sustainability and design but will also bring you great recipes and activities for families. We’ll look at other brands who are making changes in the fashion industry and do interviews with people who are making those changes. Our blog will reflect what our brand is about: design, sustainability, kids and their families and doing great stuff and having adventures!

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You are The Fableists, so we’d love to hear from you. We welcome comments and suggestions.