I was very conflicted when I watched the movie The True Cost on Netflix. This documentary talks about the human and environmental impacts of “Fast Fashion". I got inspired after seeing this film to seek out companies that have ethics & mission statements similar with ours at J. Seitz & Co. We are committed to sourcing only USA made, fair trade, or organic garments for our women's Fall/Holiday 2018.




Ethical + empowered. Sustainable + committed.

Their purpose is simple: to be the most ethical, transparent, and sustainable fashion company in the world.

By choosing natural, organic, fair trade clothing, all who wear the Indigenous brand make a positive impact on the world.

Sounds like a win/win to us!



Green + Global

Organic doesn’t ask either/or. It answers both/and. These aren’t binaries of opposition, they’re gradients of possible.

Prioritizing organic material, fair labor practices, and ecological awareness, organics supply chain is a prototype that refines and renders those relationships.

We love their super soft organic cotton tees, and Japanese cupro slips.

A long time staple and best seller at J.Seitz!


The fashion outwear industry is one of the most cruel, and polluting on the planet, at an enormous cost to animals, humans, and the environment.

Hoodlamb started their mission as the first company to make their jackets from hemp, one of the worlds strongest fibers.

Their clothes are rooted in conscious design and crafted from the highest quality organic and recycled materials.

They are huge supporters of Sea Sheppard who helps defend marine wildlife. New to J.Seitz for Fall 2018!


Synergy’s clothing begins with GOTS certified organic cotton grown and loomed into fabric in India.

Organic cotton is grown using methods and materials that have a lower impact on the environment then conventionally grown cotton

such as not using toxic pesticides or synthetic fertilizers and without using GMO seed.

All of their fabrics are made with low impact dyes.

These dyes have a low absorption rate, which decreases the use of rinse water and produces less waste.

Each garment is ethically sewn in a GOTS certified factory by men and women who are paid a living wage for their work. 




Behind The Label

Organic and sustainable fibers, natural dyes, fair trade, artist made, and human rights are all key factors that go into making Eileen Fishers label.

We have been long time supporters on the line, and their mission to reuse, recycle, and repurpose your garments.



FALL 2018 @ J SEITZ    

Other lines available for the season are Alternative, AG Jeans, Velvet, Electric and Rose, Tysa, CP Shades, James Perse, Matta, Lennon + Wolf, Galadriel Mattei, and Black Crane.

All of these lines are made in the USA or participate in fair trade practices.

Our apothecary products are free from chemicals and synthetic ingredients.


Our essential oil based candles are healthy to breath. Come in a try our organic skincare and plant medicines.   



Our newest addition is Plaine Products.

Their goal is to eliminate single use plastics from the ocean.

Buy a shampoo, conditioner, body wash, or face wash from J. Seitz, and then return the container to us.

We will mail it back to Plaine Products for them to reuse! Their products are synthetic free, vegan, cruelty free, pet/kiddo friendly, and biodegradable.

Radical Wellness at J.Seitz!





And while we are talking “green” download the Ecosia add on.

It acts like Google, but for every 45 or so searches they plant a tree. In the last week I have helped plant 7 trees. It’s that easy.




In Collaboration with the Washington Environmental Council, we will soon have a Terracycle Beauty Box here at J.Seitz!

Terracycle allows you to recycle almost any type of waste. The waste is then melted and turned into new recycled products!

We will accept shampoo bottles and caps, conditioner bottles and caps, hair gel tubes and caps, hair spray bottles and triggers,

hair paste plastic jars and caps, lip balm tubes, face soap dispensers and tubes, lotion bottles, tubes,

dispensers, and jars, shaving foam tubes (no cans), lip gloss tubes, mascara tubes, eye liner pencils and cases, eye shadow, tubes, concealer tubes and sticks. 

(In order to recycle this waste stream properly, please make sure all excess product has been removed.) 






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