- Crop fit
- Tied at the front for a feminine touch
- Stretchy, breathable fabric
- Antibacterial treatment to neutralise odours
- 50% organic cotton
- 50% recycled polyester
- Organic cotton = no pesticides and uses less water than conventional cotton
- Recycled polyester = less use of resources derived from fossil fuels
- Made in Portugal = less carbon impact and more social responsibility
- GOTS GLOBAL ORGANIC TEXTILE STANDARD certified factory
Organic Cotton: Natural plant fibre that replaces chemical fertilisers and pesticides. This cotton is GMO-free and requires half of the water consumed when cultivating conventional cotton. The fibre is bleached with hydrogen peroxide and not with chlorine. The dyes are made without heavy metals or other carcinogenic substances.
Recycled Polyester: Using recycled polyester lessens our dependence on petroleum as a source of raw materials. It helps reduce waste, which prevents landfill and helps reduce toxic emissions generated by incinerators. This process helps reduce consumption of the earth's resources, while keeping the advantages of classic polyester (lightness, quick drying, abrasion resistance and easy-care).
Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is the most comprehensive, most credible textile production certification system for the end user concerning produced that respects the principals of sustainable development.
This certification helps guarantee the organic status of the fabric fibres used, and ensures that from the production of the raw materials to the production of the finished article, the processes used are socially responsible and environmentally friendly. This standard covers all textile production stages: transformation, packaging, labelling, exporting, importing and distribution of natural fibre-based products.
The Organic Content Standard (OCS) is an international, voluntary standard that sets requirements for third-party certification of certified organic input and chain of custody. The goal of the OCS is to increase organic agriculture production.