Two Thirds

Two Thirds

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At Two Thirds sustainability comes from the heart: they want every item of clothing to be cherished, turning the tide on throwaway fashion

Two Thirds believes that the solution to more sustainable lies not simply in using different fabrics, but also comes with longevity. Longevity is created through timelessness paired with quality. Timelessness is clearly a question of thoughtful design. Quality - on the other hand - is created by taking the right steps when producing clothes: from the quality of the raw material to the production processes to the know-how of their suppliers. They keep production as local and centralised (concentrated in one place) as possible so that they can have full confidence in their clothes and their ability to last

Two Thirds offers pre-ordered clothing on their online store. The reason is simple and sustainable: they can then estimate how many pieces of a specific garment they are going to sell, subsequently ordering exact quantities, ruling out over production. This not only leads to higher resource efficiency and prevents senseless raw material waste, it also literally pays off in the end: creating less waste materials leading to less production costs per produced garment. This system therefore enhances their ability to provide a fair price to their customers while respecting natural resources

Two Thirds production is located in Portugal for good reason: the Northern region of the country has a traditional textile manufacturing industry, known for its high quality and precise craftsmanship. By keeping the final production stage local and centralised the brand creates an environment of trust in the quality of their clothing

Two Thirds seized the opportunity to start sourcing unwanted materials from other places. This could be leftovers from production processes, post consumer waste, materials recovered from the environment - especially the Ocean - and deadstock. This is a byword for fabrics that have been produced but that fail to sell. They also use fabrics and blends that meet the brands quality criteria such as recycled nylon, recycled cotton and recycled polyester. These materials both protect resources and reduce C02 emissions

Two-thirds of our planet are covered by ocean. Two Thirds is a Barcelona-based brand with the aim to connect with people who are awake and aware of the immense value of our oceans and are deeply connected to surfing, but also have a thirst for style and substance

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Oceans cover two-thirds of our world. Two Thirds is a Barcelona-based company born in 2010 aiming at connecting with people who are deeply linked to surfing, conscious of the enormous importance of our oceans, and hungry for both style and substance. Shop Two Thirds products and find out similar brands, as Bamboo Basics, The Nude Label, and Thinking MU. Choose your most-wanted styles, materials and values in your Renoon profile, save your searches and come back to it anytime. Be it via our App or website, you can always check for new products, search beyond your preferences or just enjoy the selections we prepare for you. Would you like to read more about Sustainable fashion and the latest trends? Don't miss out on our Blog, with dozens of articles on how to care for sustainable clothing, style suggestions and personal experiences from other sustainable fashionistas like you. Are you Interested in Shopping from brands like Two Thirds? Then you might also be interested in our selection of Women Organic Clothing, and of Affordable Ethical Clothing. You might also wonder: Two Thirds Reviews? You can check out the reviews of the Community on the Renoon App! Two Thirds Similar Brands? We mentioned a couple already, but you can explore the Renoon website to discover more!