We’ve made great headway in achieving some of our ambitions across our three pillars of product, people and planet, but we know there’s still plenty more we can do.

Keep reading to find out more!




We will always offer a top-quality product that’s made to last. But that doesn’t stop us striving to make that product even better.

As part of an industry that is a large contributor of pollution in the world, we know we have a responsibility to be part of the solution - not the problem.

It’s a painful truth that the production of garments contributes significantly to environmental pollution including water, air, and soil. With that in mind, we know that taking sustainability seriously means thinking beyond what goes on within Charles Tyrwhitt itself but what’s happening across our whole supply chain.

Therefore, we are committed to making sure sustainability remains at the heart of what we do and that the suppliers who manufacture our materials and product are as conscious, ethical and responsible about their environmental and social impact as we are.


When it comes to our people, we really do ‘give a shirt’. Work can, and should be, a force for good.

Our focus on people goes far beyond those in our direct employ and extends throughout our supply chain.

We believe everyone is entitled to fair working practices and in line with this belief, we will continue to follow the ETI (Ethical Trading Initiative) guidance.

We do not, and will not, offer zero hours contracts and have committed to promote flexible working as a benefit for all.

Our ambition is to become one of THE best companies to work for, delivering continuous improvement year on year in terms of social value (the way we give back to society through charity partnerships and social actions). Our work in this area extends to our suppliers and we will ensure our supply chain meets these ethical standards.



As long as we’re around, we have a duty to make a positive difference to the world around us. That means committing wholeheartedly to doing our bit to combat climate change and looking after our planet. We are proud to have already eliminated single-use plastic from our shirt packaging and made the switch to recycled material for our other product packaging too.

Our commitment to the future of our planet is long-term, shown through our decision to sign up with Planet Mark, an internationally-recognised sustainability certification for business.

Our ambition is to reduce our carbon footprint by 5% year-on-year by taking direct action on the areas we control.

Where we can’t reduce our carbon emissions we will look to offset our impact and make ourselves carbon neutral.