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Welcome to The Mahi Boutique!

The Mahi Boutique offers natural substitutes to products we use every day. I carefully choose all of the materials to ensure that they are not only completely natural, but also high in quality.

At Mahi my mission is to help our Earth become more ecologically and ethically friendly, so I have curated a collection of fair trade, handmade, and otherwise eco-friendly goods. Everything in the collection is created using materials that are less taxing on the planet. 

All the clothing is available in limited quantities to ensure that you enjoy exquisite designs and brilliant tailoring.

The Mission is To Save the Earth Together, One Step at a Time: Mahi's mission may sound large, but its made simple. By producing sustainable replacements to frequently used everyday products, it is made easy for anyone to be environmentally friendly! Because every big change starts small, one step at a time.

Reduced Footprint & Waste:  Mahi is Slow Fashion. Unlike most fast-fashion stores and brands, I don't keep any inventory!  Each article of clothing is sewn after the order comes in, so that there is  zero waste. I love my fabric so much that I collect all the scrap of fabric to convert them into useful products such as Twilly, Pocket Squares, Scarves, Handkerchiefs, cloth wipes etc.
 

100% Cotton Fabric:  I try to source natural cotton and linen fabric, all with no harsh dyes or chemicals. Mahi clothing is just as good for you as it is for the environment.  

 Sustainability, made affordable: Buying all natural products can be an expensive practice, so I do my best to make sure that all products are accessible to everyone.  Mahi products are priced as close to cost as possible to keep the business running, so you know that you are paying for the quality that you receive. 

Sustainability Goes Beyond the Environment: Caring for the environment is definitely an important step towards sustainability, but its only one of many! Creating sustainable social and economic practices is just as important. 

“Clothes aren’t going to change the world, the women who wear them will.” —Anne Klein, fashion designer