Woodbury’s dedicated allower of fashion - customers must pledge to be a good person before they are allowed to wear new clothing brand
PUBLISHED: 16:31 19 March 2018 | UPDATED: 16:35 19 March 2018
Rebecca Lambert, from Woodbury, has launched a new clothing line - but before customers are allowed to wear the garments they must promise to be a good person and treat others with kindness and respect.
A street dance teacher from Woodbury has launched a new clothing brand where customers must pledge to be a good person before they can wear the clothes.
Mum-of-two Rebecca Lambert launched the Committed Clothing Company at the start of 2018 with the aim of promoting positive attitudes, self belief and kindness to others.
Before customers can wear the clothes, they must promise to treat others with respect, focus on the positive, support others, shy away from wrong-doing or negativity, take time for other people and consider their feelings, and embrace individuality.
Dance instructor Rebecca said her clothing company was a brand with a twist, with the aim of empowering those who wore the garments.
She said: “As opposed to just walking into a shop and grabbing something you like, or seeing a picture of a celeb wearing something you must have, we have created a pledge consumers have to agree to before being able to wear the clothing.
“I wanted Committed customers to really read and understand what the brand is about before they could wear it.
“Hopefully it will get people thinking and ultimately we will have a really empowering group of individuals in the clothing.”
She added: “I wanted to create a recognisable brand to hopefully empower people to remain focussed on their passions, treat themselves and others with respect and generally try to be the best versions of themselves possible.
“I’m hoping to have a successful, recognisable brand that people can wear with confidence knowing that they are representing a really positive thing.”
Rebecca moved to Woodbury as a toddler and now lives in the village with her husband and two small children; she runs her clothing business from her spare room.
“I have these two beautiful little humans who I’m responsible for taking care of and guiding through life the best I can,” said Rebecca.
“It’s important to me to do this now as I want to be a role model to my children and hopefully others.”
For more information about the Committed Clothing Company and its customer pledge, see www.committedclothingcompany.co.uk
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