Supply Chain Transparency

Stitch Fix is committed to providing customers with products that were manufactured legally, ethically, and responsibly. We expect our suppliers to respect workers and ensure fair, safe and healthy conditions in their manufacturing facilities.

The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act requires retail sellers that do business in California to disclose their efforts to eradicate slavery and human trafficking in their supply chains. Stitch Fix requires its suppliers to adhere to labor and workplace standards that include employment of workers above the minimum working age who freely choose to work and who are regularly, legally compensated. We also require our suppliers to warrant that any products sent to Stitch Fix were made in compliance with all applicable laws, including laws prohibiting child labor, forced labor and unsafe working conditions. We do not regularly engage in audits of our suppliers’ factories to verify their compliance with our standards, but we reserve the right to conduct such audits.

Stitch Fix maintains internal accountability standards for employees and contractors, and we will not tolerate slavery or human trafficking by either. Additionally, we provide training to our executives and employees responsible for supply chain management in an effort to ensure that they are knowledgeable and aware of how to recognize and mitigate the risk of human trafficking and slavery in supply chains.