A new line of faith-themed clothing is coming to the UK.
Faith Fit Clothing, a UK company that specialises in “faith-inspired garments for Christians, Muslims, Jews and Sikhs,” says it’s been working on new garments since 2016.
“I’ve been making them for over a year and have a few of them in my office right now,” co-founder and CEO David Meehan told Mashable.
“The concept was born out of the experience of working with people in the UK and seeing the need for more authentic and practical clothing.
The idea for the new collection was born when we were told that there was a huge need for a new type of religious clothing, which could fit the demands of the diverse communities that make up our country.
We have a really broad range of religious faiths to choose from, so it’s about finding something that’s comfortable for everyone and that will be a great fit for them.”
Meehart said that, over the years, they have been asked to make a variety of products, but their focus has always been on making the garments that are most culturally appropriate.
“We have been using all different types of materials to achieve this result, from bamboo and cotton to polyester and linen.
The result is a collection of clothing that is not only culturally appropriate but also functional and functional enough for people to wear all day,” he said.
“People of all faiths can wear these garments to their next event and feel comfortable.
The fabrics and the materials used are not just made to make the clothes, but also to make them look as good as they will last for a lifetime.” “
These garments are designed to be durable, comfortable, and lightweight.
The fabrics and the materials used are not just made to make the clothes, but also to make them look as good as they will last for a lifetime.”
The company also makes a range of other faith-related garments, including “Faith Clothing for Kids,” which is available to Christian children in the US and Canada.
Meeham said that faith-friendly clothing is a critical part of their business and that they wanted to make sure that the clothes that people buy will be able to support those in need.
“This is the most important thing in our business,” he told Mashables.
“For us, this is about supporting people and their families, so that they can live the faith that we know they have in them and can support their families.
That’s why we’re really passionate about making sure that we help people and families.”
Faith Fit, which also owns the Faith Singapore brand, has also made a line of other clothing that can fit the needs of the UK’s LGBT community.
“It is very important that faith is recognised as a core part of the identity of the LGBT community and we are thrilled to be able help make this happen,” said Meehans CEO and co-Founder, David Muhan.
“Our mission is to create a new way of thinking about religion in the 21st century, one that allows people to live out their faith in a way that is respectful of their personal beliefs and the way that they look and act.”
He added that the new Faith Fit clothing was designed with LGBT community members in mind, and will also be sold online.
“A lot of the material is very specific to LGBT people, and there are many LGBT people who are also involved in Faith Fit,” Meehm said.
He also said that the clothing would not only be affordable for people of faith, but would be a perfect fit for a variety types of LGBT people.
“Being able to wear something like this in your own home is really important for us, and we’ve been working with a number of LGBT organisations to make this possible,” he added.
“So, if you’re in a situation where you need to wear a garment made specifically for you, Faith Fit can make it happen.”
Muhian told Mashably that the goal is to have Faith Fit garments available for sale by the end of 2017.
For more information, visit the Faith Fit website.