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Introducing our Sample Sale


We’ve got something brand new coming your way and we can’t wait to tell you about it!
 
At Tamay & Me we always aim to be as sustainable and ethical as we possibly can. We began to think about how we could reduce waste and make the most of the resources we have. During the process of creating garments it's inevitable that some pieces will slip through the gaps and turn out in some way "imperfect", but this doesn’t mean they can’t be worn and loved. As a society we are so used to throwing things away, it has almost become second nature. We want to encourage you to stop and think; appreciate imperfections as something that makes a piece individual and gives it its own story. 
Our "Imperfect" pieces include our jackets and also accessories which are entirely handmade, hand dyed and hand-stitched. These will be sold at a reduced price, offering an amazing way to shop sustainably and receive something completely unique.
Dye yam daily jacket 
Bandana
We also want to appreciate garments that are no longer needed by one person but could definitely be loved by another. Therefore, in the Sample Sale we will also have "Preowned" pieces. These have been previously owned by someone in our Tamay & Me community and are still in great condition. These will also come at a reduced price and so this is another great way to shop sustainably in order to be kind to our planet.
 
Alongside the launch of the Sample Sale, take a look at our new mending blogs that will be coming out! With tips and tricks on how to mend holes and cover stains we want to help you in every way possible to make your jacket last, in its own unique way.
 
We will be continuing to add to the Sample Sale as and when new exciting pieces arrive. Keep an eye on our Instagram and sign-up to receive our emails in order to be the first to hear about new arrivals!
Email Eliza with any questions: eliza@tamayandme.com

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