Thinking MU

Thinking MU

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What others think
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🔍 Transparency
🌍 Values and trust
📦 Packaging
⌛ Durability
🤞 Commitment
Iris
41 reviews
Got the planet 🌎 mama sweatshirt from them! I loved the way it was packaged! I would love to see the journey of the product too!
Clara
9 reviews
Got a dress last year and I have been wearing it for two summers now in multiple occasions! The brand could do more dresses! I feel like they have a limited amount of them.

What the brand can prove
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They ship in delivery bags made from compostable plastic and boxes made from recycled paper

Thinking MU complies with the requirements of the BSCI, an important initiative committed to improving working conditions in the global supply chain, and SEDEX, which ensures responsible supply chains

Thanks to BCOME, all Thinking MU garments have a QR code and it is possible to trace the story and the impacts of each garment

Thinking MU creates timeless collections that do not follow trends

Thinking MU clothes are made of organic and biodegradable or recycled fibers with the aim of switching to a responsible approach to reduce the environmental impact and ensure a future for generations to come

Casual clothes with common sense. Thinking MU invites everyone to question absolutely everything – sustainability, fashion rules, and society – and sheds light on more conscious consumption

Valued products

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Casual clothes with common sense. Thinking MU invites everyone to question absolutely everything – sustainability, fashion rules, and society – and sheds light on more conscious consumption