- World wide delivey.
A cosy fitted cardigan, knitted in soft organic cotton. The Marley is a beautiful geometric style, with black dots on a khaki base. Fastening up to a round neck-line with eco-friendly buttons, this style is an obvious choice to keep you cosy through the cooler months Made by People Tree Fair Trade producer partner Rajlakshmi.
Material: Vegan friendly 100% Organic Fair Trade Cotton. Our GOTS certified organic cotton is grown using methods and materials that have a low impact on the environment, with systems in place to significantly reduce the amount of water used, to replenish and maintain soil fertility,and reduce the use of toxic and persistent pesticides and fertilisers.
Length: Garment is 59 cm long in size M.
True to size. Take your normal size.
We want to make sure that you feel comfortable in your clothes, so when measuring yourself there is no need to pull your tape measure too tight. Measurements in the chart are body measures. If you are still wondering about your size, do not hesitate to contact us firstname.lastname@example.org because we do want to assist you!
- Wash on a low spin with mild detergent.
Wash with similar colors.
Do not soak.
Line dry in shade.
Iron inside out on medium heat.
- Rajlakshmi Cotton Mills is a pioneer in organic garment manufacturing in India which seeks to combine high-quality tailoring with a fair deal for farmers and workers, whilst supporting local environmental and social projects. People Tree and Rajlakshmi believe both in social sustainability as well as environmental sustainability, which is why we choose organic cotton. Organic cotton is grown without the use of insecticides, pesticides and nitrogen fertilisers. Not only does this reduce the cost by 38% for farmers, but it also protects them from being exposed to toxic chemicals and eliminates the greenhouse gas emissions created though the production of these chemical fertilizers. Through organic farming, soils remain healthy and sequester more carbon helping to mitigate climate change. Water consumption is reduced up to 91%, and there is a 40% reduction of C02 emissions per tonne of cotton fibre.