We set high standards on materials, both in quality and sustainability. The result is a shirt that truly feels good on your skin. Fair Materials
A shirt is a piece of art. All SKOT shirts are made by craftsmen who are proud of their product. Naturally they have responsible employment conditions and work in safe environments. Fair Production
Because it’s not done when you buy a sustainable shirt. We want to create fair chain fashion. After use, recycle your shirt with us for a premium. We give you 10% off on your next shirt purchase. Fair Chain
There’s a lot to say about our shirts. And even more to see. Find out the details of a SKOT shirt. Shirt Detail
Fashion should be fair and fun, not polluting and inhuman. Read more about our journey towards 100% sustainable fashion. Journey
Get your SKOT shirt now. It will be the best decision of your day. SKOT Shop
HIGH QUALITY AND PERFECT FIT
Quality, design and sustainability can go hand in hand. Wear it to believe it.
MADE WITH PRIDE
Our shirts are made with minimal impact on nature and made by craftsmen who are proud of their product. A SKOT shirt is a true piece of art.
EASY ORDERING AND RETURNS
We like smooth service too! Free returns and exchanges. Sent by regular mail, so you don’t have to stay home for delivery. SKOT practices hassle free ordering.
Do you know the Appelparade? It’s a lovely festival being held in Lisserbroek this coming weekend, on May 20 and May 21. You can relax, eat good food, watch theatre and listen to music. And of course you can shop your favorite brands! This year the Appelparade will host a fair trade fashion show. The […]
It seems so easy. Making a new shirt collection. But in reality there’s some big challenges in the clothing industry. And it’s not only about sustainability. I wrote a blog on Sprout.nl about it. You can read it here. The article is in Dutch only.
This week it`s Fashion Revolution Week! This global movement is pursuing a more transparent and sustainable fashion industry. At SKOT we truly feel this is the only way forward! The movement started in 2013 after the collapsing of the Rana Plaza building in Bangladesh, killing more than 1100 garment workers. Big Fashion companies stated that […]