Ethical Statement

We are passionate about what we do and are committed to offering a high quality, friendly and efficient service. If you are happy then so are we!

We understand that the clothing industry has an environmental impact that we all need to consider carefully. That’s why we make garments to treasure, not to be used a handful of times and then sent to landfill. Feedback from customers is consistently high regarding the quality of our garments and we strive to maintain those excellent standards so that you can keep and love your chosen item long in to the future

To preserve the life of your Old School Football tops we suggest that you wash them on a cool wash. Click here for more information on the garment care symbols detailed on your purchases.

We are currently offering all customers the chance to plant a tree with every purchase made. For less than a pound your tree will help reforestation projects in Latin America, Africa and Asia at part of the One Tree Planted charity

We do not use fur, wool, down, leather or any other animal product in our clothing 

What we do not use we repurpose or donate to charitable causes.

We use the Royal Mail to deliver our packages - since 74% of Royal Mail parcels are delivered on foot this makes them the greenest choice in the UK.

We are proud that the clear packaging wrapping each one of our garments is made of CPP and is 100% recyclable. We are currently investigating the environmental impact of our branded postage bags.

We are committed to offering fair and respectful conditions to our workers here in the UK and provide a work environment that values diversity. Employees are provided opportunities regardless of race, colour, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, marital status, age or disability.

We currently source our garments from three main suppliers, all of whom adhere to the highest ethical standards in terms of both the labour used to produce them and the environmental impact of production.


Please see their individual policies below:-

Cotton Ridge

Ethical clothing production is important to Cottonridge and a Cottonridge representative visits the factories twice per year and our factory is SEDEX certified. Cottonridge is actively committed to working towards a fair living wage for our overseas workers and we are a prominent promoter of this policy within our industry. 

Livingstone International

As an ethically responsible company, Livingstone International Ltd (LI) will only source products from vendors and suppliers that share the company’s adherence to high legal, ethical and moral standards. Our aim is to create and encourage the creation of model operations that provide good jobs at fair wages and also improve conditions in the communities that our business partners operate. All vendors, suppliers and business partners are expected to comply with LI Business Partner Guidelines and to assure compliance in all contracting, subcontracting or other relationships.

Asquith and Fox

At Asquith & Fox® we uphold the highest ethical standards. All our garments conform to the OEKO-TEX® STANDARD 100. This gives you the confidence that they have been tested by independent experts and contain no banned or harmful chemicals on the restricted substance list of The European Union, Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) regulations or the ECHA SVHC Candidate List. They also comply with the EU general product safety directive and no harmful dyes, colourants or substances are used during their manufacture.

We also strive to reduce the environmental impact of our goods. The Asquith & Fox® Organic collection is made with certified organic cotton and garments are made from at least 80% organic, natural fibres.

Social compliance is high on our list of priorities and we respect and adhere to the labour principles in the amfori BSCI Code of Conduct. We take pride in selecting factories with high standards and decent working hours that protect and respect workers’ rights. It’s your reassurance that every garment has been produced legally, through fair and honest practices, and without exploiting the people who made them. With the additional promise that their working conditions and social performance will be enhanced through continuous improvements.