Why Us? Our Unique Services


Limited Quantity

Fashion is a form of expression. It should show your individuality. The one thing that shouldn’t happen is for everyone to end up wearing the same thing. Which is why all our clothes are of limited quantity, making sure you look like your unique self.

Free Repair, Button and Zipper replacement

( APPLICABLE ONLY IN Dhaka, Bangladesh)

If there are any stitch rips, damaged buttons or zippers within the first month, contact us and we will help you sort it out. Some clothes might be irreparable, and/or the materials might be unavailable and in those cases we will help you with a solution to the best of our ability. 

Size Guide & Measurements

While we try to respect the general sizing, it is best to always check the size guide before ordering. Our size guide consists of everything you may need. If you have any confusion with sizes, simply just ask us and we can help you decide.

For your first order we will be providing you with a measuring tape so that you are able to measure yourself for future orders. 


Styling help from the Designers themselves

If you are looking for any styling assistance from the Brand designer then just contact us with your query at info@defclo.com and we will get the Designer to give you styling tips.


Made in a Fully Compliant, Safe, licensed Factory

Bangladesh has a massive problem with clothing manufacturing. A lot of your favourite local brands make their clothes in the most horrific factories. These factories are placed in unsafe buildings, hiring child labours, without access to clean waters, without a fire exit and plainly just working in inhumane working conditions. Trust me when I tell you, I have been to these factories, it will really break your heart seeing workers with such skills working under such dangerous conditions.

This is why we have partnered with PWF (projectworkforce.co.uk) to make sure all our clothes are manufactured ethically and in the best quality.

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Made from Deadstock Fabric

Deadstock fabric and unsold inventory are weighing down the fashion industry, which is responsible for 10 per cent of the world’s carbon emissions. 20% of the world’s industrial water pollution is caused by the fashion industry. Over 8000 toxic chemicals are used worldwide to turn raw materials into the textiles we all end up wearing. Making a single cotton T-shirt requires over 700 gallons of water, which is equivalent to 6 years of drinking water for a person. Whereas using a pre-existing fabric to make something new requires nearly no water. Use of deadstock fabric can divert 85% of textile waste that ends up in landfi­lls.

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Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)

DEFCLO is a socially responsible platform dedicated in improving people’s lives. Each collection is devoted by its Designer into a cause by dedicating 2.5% of every sale into one of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) chosen for the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development by United Nations.

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