Who Made My Clothes?
Fair Trade

Who Made My Clothes?

The vast majority of fashion production workers are female, and we’d love to introduce you to some of the Women making your YALA garments.

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The Ecological Impact of Returns
Sustainable Clothing

Reduce, Re-use, Recycle… Return??

It’s 2021 and we’re 51 years into officially celebrating Earth Day. To mark the occasion, we’d like to address the environmental impact of online s...

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Reducing Fabric Waste
Chemical-Free Clothing

Reducing Fabric Waste

To honor the natural resources and people who work in harmony to create YALA bamboo clothing and bedding, we do our best to utilize every possible ...

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Equal Pay Day
Fair Trade

Equal Pay Day

As a women-owned, women-run company we take special notice of Equal Pay Day, which falls this year on March 24th. Despite the progress we’ve made, ...

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Bamboo Comfort Layers
Organic Bamboo Fiber

Bamboo Comfort Layers

We’re sure you’ll agree that the garments not everyone sees are often the most foundational to your comfort. Which is why we have an entire line of...

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The Joy of Sleep - In Bamboo Sheets

The Joy of Sleep

Bamboo sheets and nightwear are ideal additions to your sleep ceremony. Bamboo is a responsive fabric. It keeps things cozy when nights grow chill,...

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Why 'Sewn Where Sourced' Matters
Chemical-Free Clothing

Why 'Sewn Where Sourced' Matters

Here at YALA we are so encouraged by the increased call for transparency, as people want more and more to feel good about what they are supporting...

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YALA is a Women-Owned and Run Business
Fair Trade

Celebrating Women in Business

In a moment of inspiration before a trip to Asia in 1996, the YALA founder sewed two sheets together and called it a Dreamsack. (We look forward t...

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