FAQs


Is there any specific care I need to take while washing the clothes?
Organic cotton just becomes more beautiful and softer with every wash. You could hand wash them gently. Do not scrub or bleach the clothes. Some dark colors may bleed. Ensure you dry them in shade. Warm iron on reverse. And yes, wear them more often. Specific instructions around wash care are provided in the product descriptions. 
Do you customize?
Not yet.
What are the payment options for Domestic purchases (within India)?
You can pay online on our website using net banking, your debit or credit card. Cash on delivery is possible across India. Our website is integrated with PayU money's payment gateway.  
Do you ship across the country?
Yes, we do take orders and can get them dispatched anywhere you want including Lala land.
Can you ship to any place outside of India?
Yes, we now ship internationally. You could select PayPal for International Payments at the time of checkout. We will soon send you an email with an invoice and our PayPal email id. Shipping charges apply. For any help,  drop us an email at hello@ltwt.in.  
Does LTWT offer baby sitting services?
As much as we would love to, we believe you should take responsibility for your own mistakes :)
Do you have a shipping fee? (Applicable to India only)
We charge a flat fee of Rs. 50 plus service tax across India. 
How do I know when will my order reach me?
It takes about 8 - 10 days from order processing to final delivery at your door step. However, as soon as we dispatch your order, we will be in touch with you on email and also share the courier details. 
Do you have a returns policy?
Yes. Our policy lasts 10 days. If 10 days have gone by since your purchase, unfortunately we cannot offer you a return. To be eligible for returns, your item must be unused and the labels as well as packaging intact. You must inform us within a day of receipt of the garment and return it within ten days. You could choose any other garment of the same value or more. We offer refunds only if the garments are defective or damaged upon receipt.
Will my child eat well if he/she wears herbal dyed clothes?
We hope so. That’ll be quite a revelation in science. But we suggest a tried and tested way. Feed them when they're hungry!
Do you have a physical store?
Not yet. But we do retail out of some stores in India. Look up LTWT Stockists
Is gifting a possibility?
Yes. You could email us the details at hello@ltwt.in
Do you have accessories that go with the garments?
Yes, we do have accessories that go with the garments that are made by upcycling the ‘chindi’ or the textile scrap that is left post cutting of the garments. At the moment we have brooches and hair accessories. But we are hoping to do more fun things with our 'textile scrap'. Keep watching this space for more.
How can we let you know we love your stuff?
Well, that one is fairly simple. You can write to us at hello@ltwt.in, send us some pictures or alternatively click a picture and go crazy on social media. Just don’t forget to tag us. You can find our social media links at the end of this page.
How do we give back to the world and be a part of this beautiful journey?
When your child outgrows the LTWT clothes, just drop us an email and send them back to us. We will donate the good ones and upcycle the not so good ones and share them with the little feet that need them more. 
More about sustainability  
What is sustainable clothing?
Clothing that is crafted keeping in mind sustainable development at ecological, economic and cultural levels. Which would mean reducing the harm done to the environment, being mindful with natural resources, sourcing locally, sustaining traditional forms of weaving, handlooms and dyeing and working with farmers, weavers and artisans in the most fair ways.
Basically, leaving an earth that is still liveable for generations to come. After all, ‘We may not live to see the future, but our children surely will’.
How is hand loom sustainable fashion?
Handloom techniques are unique to regions where they come from. They form part of our cultural heritage and works of art because they are literally made by hand. Hand woven textiles require skilful and hard working artisans who earn their livelihood by putting hours into weaving just a few meters of fabric. Handlooms are about conserving energy and sustaining traditional skill. Moreover, power looms are taking over a big pie. Wearing more hand loom is a small step in promoting this traditional industry.
What is fair trade?
Simply put, fair trade is all about giving the people who produce the things you buy a fair deserving price for the work they put in. Not just that, but ensuring a safe and healthy environment at workplace. Why is this a beautiful idea? Well, actually it should be the only way to function for the world but sadly it is not. An obscenely high number of farmers have left agriculture as their main employment, are facing mounting debt levels and are committing suicide.
Our dream is to make ‘Love the World Today’s’ ecosystem one that supports Fair Trade.
What is Organic Cotton?
Organic fields go through a cleaning period of three years, without the use of any prohibited substances, before planting the first organic crop.
Organic cotton is grown without the use of genetically modified seeds, without the use of fertilizers, pesticides or any other synthetic agro-chemicals harmful to land and farmers.
What is conventional cotton?
Just because it’s natural, cotton may not be a safe choice. Over years, owing to demand the processes involved in cultivation and processing of cotton have changed. Cotton crops use as much as 25% of the world’s chemical pesticides that are carcinogenic. 75% of conventionally grown cotton is made from genetically modified seeds. The next level of damage happens with the use of chlorine bleach and heavy metal dyes, etc
Why the garments you wear make a difference? 
Clothes are one of the bare necessities of life. They are also things we care about but don’t bother enough to know about. Think about the amount of time the clothes we wear are in contact with our skin. Our skin breathes because it is porous. The toxic chemicals with which clothes are made and dyed are absorbed through our skin at all times. The effect of this on skin is much researched and talked about. Impact of this on children’s skin is definitely something we must ponder given their relatively low body mass. This is just about individuals. But just imagine what goes into making the outfit you wear – right from the land where the crop was grown, the seeds that were sown, the water consumption, the chemical consumption, the people involved at every stage of the process from farming to making fabric to dyeing to designing to artisans. All the ingredients and precious hands that bring your clothes alive and what they go through in the process.
What are herbal dyes?
Clothes that are dyed using herbs found in nature; Herbs such as Haritaki, Turmeric, Madder, Indigo, fruits like pomegranate and vegetables like onion. The cloth is dyed such that the medicinal properties of each of these plants is retained in the cloth. The entire end to end process of desizing, bleaching, mordanting, dyeing and finishing is done with use of natural processes.
What are Azo free dyes?
Azo free dyes are dyes that don’t have azo – basically chemical compounds in dyes that can cause cancer, can be dangerous to human genes and reproductive systems if used carelessly.
Given that baby's skin has a natural sensitivity and an undeveloped derma, the health risk of exposure to aromatic azo dyes is very high.
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