By Laura Dunn
For some people, creating one eco-friendly company would be enough, but not for Lauren Wardley, founder of One Back and now most recently, Ethical Yacht Wear. As a current full-time stewardess aboard M/Y Samadhi, Wardley is already very busy, but in 2018, that didn’t stop her from launching her ocean-conscious T-shirt company that gives something back for every product bought. In June 2019, she launched Ethical Yacht Wear because she recognized a gap in the uniform market.Her business isn’t just about selling clothing either. Wardley says her company supplies uniforms that are 100 percent ethical. “We are committed to only providing the highest quality, 100 percent organic cotton, most sustainable, sweatshop-free uniform that gives back and removes plastic out of our oceans at the same time,” she says. “Our motive, values, and commitment are to give back to our clients and environment as much as possible through Ethical Yacht Wear.”
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