Morph clothing multi-wear garments turn everyone into a stylist

“Blank slate” clothing reduces waste, gives endless style opportunities from day to night

Simplify your life, multiply your wardrobe

Fast fashion and clothing waste is a major problem in the United States. According to the EPA, Americans generate around 16 million tons of textile waste per year. Approximately 80 lbs for each person that ends up in landfills and negatively impacts the environment. But most apparel isn’t made to last for over a year or have multiple purposes. 

Consumers find themselves tossing clothes that are no longer in style, buying a special piece that they only wear for one event, or discarding items that didn’t make it past their first washing cycle. Instead of creating another garment that would become part of the endless buy-wear-discard cycle, Morph Clothing has developed a solution to fashion waste with its revolutionary clothing line that can literally morph to fit any style or need.

“Finding and keeping clothes can be tough. Styles, trends, and our bodies are constantly changing,” said Morph Clothing Founder and designer Cristy Pratt. “The mission of Morph Clothing is to encourage creativity and inspire confidence in everyone to express themselves through their fashion, while also reducing textile waste and consumerism. 

Unlike fast fashion giants, Morph creates timeless pieces for every occasion: from a beach trip with friends to a night out at a fancy restaurant while wearing the same piece. You will never be caught underdressed or overdressed again.”

Morph Clothing’s flagship piece, the now US Utility Patented Capsule Dress, is available in staple closet colors like black, ivory, and red, but also some fun patterns and colors like python, mint, Met Gala gold, and more. But it doesn’t just stop at being a dress, this one garment can be worn 60 different ways. 

The modal capsule dress can easily transform from a red-carpet sleeveless gown to a cocktail dress, to a maxi or mini skirt, tank top, halter top, and more. Add accessories from your own closet such as: jewelry, pants, a belt, jacket, casual flats, boots, or high heels. The number of outfits that can be achieved with one garment becomes endless.

All of Morph Clothing’s items are handmade in the U.S. by seamstresses who are paid a fair wage, unlike other fast fashion working conditions. The fabrics are sourced from ethical, environmentally friendly fabric companies. The majority of Morph’s sustainable clothing line is modal fabric, which is made from trees such as bamboo and birch, and other unlimited natural resources that can be used in making sustainable textiles (which are less environmentally impactful than cotton).

Women’s sizing in the fashion industry is very broad. Shopping online is close to impossible unless you’ve tried items on in the store. Some companies run large, some run small, and consumers likely never know what they’re going to be ordering. 

Unlike typical fashion, Morph Clothing’s solution is sizing based on breast size and not on weight or other typical “measurements,” because everyone is built differently. All of the measurements for Morph Clothing derive from chest size so sizes range from XXS to XL (00-25). The sizing of Morph Clothing garments is so unique the pieces can even be worn through all stages of pregnancy. 

“Inclusivity is very important to us,” said Pratt. “Our clothing is meant to accentuate not just women, but people of all shapes and sizes to help them look and feel their best. That’s why it was important to create something that could be styled to accentuate and fit EVERY body.”

Morph Clothing is available worldwide. For more information and to shop the Morph Clothing capsule dress and other apparel, visit:

After discovering her love for creating fashion by using her grandmother’s old sewing machine, self-taught designer Cristy Pratt created Morph Clothing to change what we know and think about fashion. Instead of sticking to the status quo, Cristy wanted to create pieces that would deviate from typical clothing and inspire everyone to love their bodies and clothes. Morph Clothing was created to bring endless style opportunities to every woman. All of Morph Clothing’s offerings are innovative, multi-functional pieces. 

Simplify your life, multiply your wardrobe. It’s great for you and the Earth. 

Morph has managed to make creating earth-friendly choices easy and fun, enabling each of us to do our part to save the planet while looking and feeling fabulous. Pratt has become an unlikely fast fashion disruptor who is positioned to take on the fast fashion giants and hopes to license Morph’s dress utility patent to large innovative companies looking to make a dent in the amount of waste fashion creates.

Other articles by HVP News Reporters

  • 5 tips to help you land a new job

    A solid interview can help you close the deal

    With so many job openings these days, you may think you’ll have an easy time sliding into a new role. Not so fast. Because of the huge number of options available and plenty of workers contemplating changes, you’re likely to encounter some competition to land the job you want. read more »
  • Healthy habits for your home

    5 tips to help you out

    If you’re like most Americans, health is an important aspect of your resolutions when each new year rolls around. While factors like diet and exercise are keys to healthy living, so are the ways you care for your home and belongings. read more »
  • 5 heart health tips for the holidays

    Keep your family safe during this festive season

    Food, drinks, gifts and time with family make the holidays a merry occasion for people across the country. However, all that celebrating can sometimes become a distraction from maintaining heart health. read more »
  • 10 health resolutions doctors encourage you to make today

    These actions you can take are some of the most important

    The New Year represents a fresh start and is the perfect time to invest in your health. However, you may be unsure what resolutions will have the biggest impact. Doctors say that the easy, tangible actions you take are some of the most important. read more »
  • 5 tips to help families manage holiday stress

    The holiday season can make everyone feel a little overwhelmed

    ’Tis the season for holiday parties, travel, hosting and more. While it is a joyous time of year, the never-ending to-do lists and school being out of session can make everyone feel a little overwhelmed, children included. read more »
  • A foil packet meal for sweet fall simplicity

    Delicious and easy dinner with sweet potatoes

    Fall provides almost endless opportunities to gather friends and family around great food. From tailgates and family events to those precious last outdoor meals before winter sets in, the scenery of autumn is a perfect backdrop for sharing meals together. read more »
  • 5 steps for better meal prep

    Eat healthier and save time

    Eating healthier and saving time around the house are common goals for many families, and there’s one solution that can help attain both: meal-prepping. By planning and preparing meals in advance of each week, you can practice better portion control while creating free time for normally hectic mornings, afternoons and evenings. read more »
  • How to keep pets happy and healthy this holiday season

    7 tips to help you spot potential hazards for your furbaby

    The holiday season means fun and festivities for all, but getting wrapped up in all the excitement and celebrations can lead to forgetting about safety and precautions, especially for pets. read more »
  • Thanksgiving traditions and memory-making meals

    2 mouth-watering recipes everyone will love

    Starting with parades and ending with family meals, Thanksgiving provides all-day opportunities for celebrating life’s special moments with those nearest and dearest to your heart. read more »
  • How to protect your home and valuables this holiday travel season

    Protect your assets when you hit the road

    Whether you’re visiting your in-laws or taking a tropical vacation over the holidays, you’ll likely be leaving your house and the majority of your belongings unattended while you’re gone. Recent research suggests that if you’re like many Americans, you may not be doing enough to protect your assets when you hit the road. read more »