At Fauxgerty, we're committed to people and the planet. That means sustainable fabrics, ethical factories, and a team that feels like family.
Quality over Quantity.
Our goal is to empower women to shop consciously and consider the impact of every purchase. With that in mind, we create long-lasting pieces that can be worn with the closet you’ve already built. Our design team makes easy-to-wear, stand-out silhouettes. We sample each piece in multiple sizes to ensure the fit translates from 00 to 24, seamlessly. Our goal is to design garments that adapt to lifestyle, body type and personal style.
“We look at each garment with the intention of it adapting to the woman who wears it:
day-to-night, dressed up or down, and always flattering to a variety of body types.”
– Chrissy Fogerty, Founder & Designer
Smarter, better materials.
We're always on the prowl for innovative fabrics that look good, feel great, and minimize our footprint. From repurposed materials to cruelty-free leathers and suedes, our sustainable materials are a big part of who we are. Most of our vintage fabrics cannot be replaced. So, while our silhouettes restock, most colors and prints are exclusive.
Why Garments Sell Out.
You may notice many of our pieces sell out. Don't get frustrated - it's all for a good reason. Because we upcycled vintage fabrics, many of our pieces are made in limited runs. While our fabrics are seasonal, our silhouettes are not. Our styles, like The Amber Jumpsuit and The Frannie, will continue to re-introduce themselves in new colors and patterns. If you find a style that fits you like a glove, keep an eye out for it's revival in a new hue.
Where the magic happens
We create pieces on-demand, with a goal of zero unsold inventory.
This means, we make the garments our customers want while reducing waste.
A person behind
On average, it takes 2 hours to sew a
Fauxgerty garment. We count on
our skilled seamstresses to transform
our fabrics into the highest quality
pieces. Our sewers in Alabama are
paid 71% over minimum wage,
are offered paid time off, health
insurance and work in a
temperature controlled facility.