“At Habitual Existence we believe that emotions are a fundamental part of being human, and there is no shame in expressing them. Our brand is on a mission to empower individuals to wear their emotions proudly, as we embrace the beauty of genuine feelings.

We value authenticity, inclusivity, and emotional well-being, and we promise to create clothing that not only expresses your unique emotions but also provides comfort and style. Our commitment is to foster a community that celebrates the diversity of human emotions and the connections they create.

We design fashion that is not only a statement of style but also a declaration of self-acceptance and emotional awareness. Habitual Existence invites you to express, connect, and feel the full spectrum of emotions because every emotion is important."

Mission and Vision

Mission Statement: "At Habitual Existence, our mission is to empower individuals to express their true emotions proudly and without shame. We believe that every emotion is a valuable part of the human experience. Through our clothing and community, we aim to destigmatize emotions, promote emotional well-being, and celebrate the beauty of authentic self-expression. Habitual Existence is not just a clothing brand; it's a movement to wear your emotions, wear your truth, and wear your heart on your sleeve."

Vision Statement: "Our vision at Habitual Existence is to create a world where individuals are free to express the full range of their emotions openly and proudly, without fear of judgment. We envision a global community that celebrates emotional diversity, fosters empathy, and supports one another in times of joy, sorrow, and everything in between. Through our unique and expressive clothing designs, we aspire to inspire a culture where wearing your heart on your sleeve is not just a fashion statement but a powerful declaration of self-acceptance and emotional awareness. Habitual Existence aims to be a beacon of positivity and inclusivity, promoting emotional well-being and human connection worldwide."