To’hum Club

Did you know that you can revive your To'hum Garments? 

To’hum devotes itself to being a part of this sustainable transition. To’hum not only tells its people to become a customer but also invites them to be a part of the change. How?
To’hum Club is a separate platform supported by To’hum and it ensures a smoother and more aware transition journey to a sustainable customer. To’hum Club has some features that are encouraging its members to become sustainable by learning, sharing, and educating each other. 
The first and main feature is that members are able to register their products with the product-specific codes that are embroidered on the clothes. With this registration, they will be able to see what they have in their wardrobes and send them back when they need other clothes. Besides this feature, members can get themselves educated about how to take care of their clothes, how to become sustainable parents, as well as how to wash and dry their clothes and moreover get to learn from each other's experiences.
With this social club, To’hum will learn from your experiences and develop more sustainable solutions in the future. 


                                                 Revive your To'hum


To'share Program

Goals of To'hum and Circular Clothing

Reducing the Fashion Waste

In 2019 alone, 208 Million Pounds of fashion waste was created by disposable clothing. With the "Circularity" model we have adopted as To'hum, we want to stand against these fashion wastes and support sustainable life.

Reducing the Greenhouse Gas Emmisions

United Nations Climate Change News states, the fashion industry contributes around 10% of global greenhouse gas emissions due to its long supply chains and energy intensive production; more than all international flights and maritime shipping combined. Thanks to the model we have adopted, we are adopting to reduce air pollution by reducing the function of this chain.

Reducing the Cotton Production

Quantis found that over 90% of the emissions for apparel come from four activities: dyeing and finishing, fabric preparation, yarn preparation, and fiber production. Therefore, in the model we have adopted, the need for dyeing and cotton will decrease, as the clothes will remain in circulation.


We will achieve circularity in fashion industry, together. 


It is a way of doing business, moreover a mindset. It takes production, use and end-of-life phases of the product into consideration and already designs the product with this philosophy in mind.

Yes, but 6 times lower than a normal baby garment. This is calculated by a third party independent consultancy firm including our production and your use phases. Soon the report will be disclosed to public.

This is the program where To'hum focuses on the social aspects of sustainability. Your garments are designed not to fail but when they are getting old because of natural causes we are donating them to the nations and communities who are in need.

The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is recognised as the world's leading processing standard for textiles made from organic fibres. It defines high-level environmental criteria along the entire organic textiles supply chain and requires compliance with social criteria as well.

- You can trace the producer and the production conditions with the specific code on the label of your garment. Head to GOTS page.