Welcome to Grooves Fashion

Grooves Fashion is a high quality fashion line based in beautiful historic Woodstock, NY that focuses on made to order sustainable, eco friendlier products that feature custom patterns and art designed exclusively by our founder and owner. With our motto, Forward Movements Only™, we strive to inspire everyone to push on in life no matter how hard it gets.

Customize your own Magic Mug

Design your own personalized Magic Mug. Create your personalized mug using our product design tool from your desktop, tablet or mobile device.

This mug has an all black glossy finish and reveals your photo, quote or artwork when a hot liquid is added. A perfect gift for birthdays, weddings or any other special occasion.

PERSONALIZE MUG HERE

Add your image, photo or logo and make it your own.

LIMITED EDITION HOODIE

These Limited Edition F.M.O Heavy Fleece Hoodies are On Sale Now with FREE SHIPPING. Limited Time Only. Help inspire others to never give up and to keep pushing on in life.

Home Goods

  • What Is Fast Fashion and Why Is It So Bad?

    what exactly is fast fashion? To put it simply, the term references cheap, trend-driven clothes and accessories that often reference major designers collections or celebrity culture, they are made in high volumes and at low cost which makes them readily available for a fraction of the price of the original.

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  • Made-To-Order Clothing Is The Antidote To Fast Fashion

    It’s 2022, and you’re ready to break up with fast fashion. Rewearing what you own, mending and tailoring pieces to infuse new life, and swapping clothes with friends are all a good start towards dressing more sustainably. Investing in pieces you’ll treasure is an effective first step.

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  • How are recycled garments made? And why is recycling them further so hard?

    Almost all recycled polyester in clothing today comes from recycled plastic bottles, rather than previous polyester clothing. This is significant when you consider polyester accounts for more than 60% of all fiber use.

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