Our Story


Naked Clothing has been in business since 1999.


A little history...

Naked Clothing began as a one-man company 23 years ago, and is still a small company today counting just Jeff and his wife Amy.  Jeff first began screen-printing as a college student.  He crafted his main trade as a screen-printer and developed his own line which he named "Naked Clothing," printing local art on hemp and organic cotton shirts sewn in Seattle. His company grew to supply numerous ecologically conscious Mom & Pop shops around the country.  Eventually his sew shop in Seattle closed, and Jeff began sourcing quality hemp and bamboo tee shirts which are certified fair trade and sewn in China.  


In 2011, Jeff met his wife Amy at the Oregon Country Faire (OCF), and together they enjoyed a summer of travel and selling shirts at various festivals while falling in love.  The next year Jeff became an official juried artist at OCF for his hand-printed apparel, and the fair has been a family tradition ever since.  


For four years Amy enjoyed running two  boutiques, first in in Bellingham and then Sedro Woolley, getting to know many great customers and sourcing 100% fair trade, organic clothing from many designers, 70% of whom were based locally.  Building and investing in community continues to be a central intention for Jeff and Amy.

Our story would not be complete without mentioning a very important piece, YOU!  Here are a few of our fabulous customers wearing Naked: