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Brand to Watch: Tach Clothing

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by Make it last on 4 July, 2020

“Is this the Instagram top for 2019”, Elle US asked itself last year, displaying a cropped knit with buttons top down. It was from Tach Clothing and thus designed and hand-made in Uruguay in a fair trade environment. The brand, featuring neon swimwear, perfect party dresses and cropped cardigans, all with a vintage gone supermodern sensibility, works with almost no stock to avoid excess inventory. All items are made in Uruguay and usually take about two weeks to finish, depending on the sale. ”This is why we don’t do sales. We do customizations”, the founders share on their site. We hear you!

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