Organic Cotton Short Shirt - 220G - Unisex - IVY85
- Set-in sleeve
- 1x1 rib at neck collar and sleeve hem
- Inside back neck tape in self fabric
- Bottom hem with wide double topstitch
Sizes (Half Chest x Body Length x Sleeve Length):
- Size S: 51x65x19.5
- Size M: 54x68x21
- Size L: 56x70x21.5
- Size XL: 58x72x22
Material : 100% Organic ring-spun combed cotton 220GSM
The fabric of this product is GOTS certified organic.
When we think about threats to the environment, we tend to picture cars and smokestacks, not our clothing. But the truth is, our need for clothing poses one of the biggest dangers to the planet and is one of the largest contributors to climate change. Mecilla is the seed for organic clothing.
Not only to the land, Mecilla aims to bring all farming rural communities engaging in sustainable farming to become socially, environmentally, economically and spiritually more abundant. We believe in the beauty of exchanges between the rural and the city.
GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard)
The GOTS certification is for organic textile and fiber providers, clothing, and distributors, particularly for cotton. For the "made with organic materials" accreditation, the product must have at least 70% certified organic fiber and 95% certified organic fibers for the "organic" designation. They also allow "organic in conversion" for three years. The certification is required for the processing stage to manufacturing, packing, labeling, trade, and distribution. The processing must include a display of the surroundings.View More Close
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The ability for a material to be broken down naturally by organisms in an ecosystem.