Sustainable Clothing: Unbreakable Roll Sleeve Tee, by Seven Shades
Sustainable t-shirts, made from 60% recycled organic cotton and 40% recycled polyester, in the Unbreakable Roll Sleeve style.
These tees are made by taking used plastic bottles and recycle them into polyester, then collecting all the off cuts from the production of organic cotton T-shirts and weaving them together producing a recycled poly/cotton fabric.
These Unbreakable Roll Sleeve Tees have the Global Recycle Standard Mark, and use certified organically produced cotton and certified Fair Wear Production ensuring decent local pay and working conditions.
- 60% pre-consumer recycled organic cotton
- 40% post-consumer recycled polyester
- Global Recycle Standard (GRS)
- Organic Content Standard (OCS)
- Fair Wear / Fair Trade
- Rolled sleeve
One tree planted with every purchase.
from pit to pit
We love numbers, but not when it comes to our clothes. Clothing sizes range so widely from brand to brand. We stick to the measurements of the garments as a guide for you, because it also depends on how you like the fit.
We measure each garment flat and measure from arm pit to arm pit. If you are unsure of which size to order, measure a top you wear and compare. If you are unable to do this, just send me a quick DM. There is not any "expertise" but we can chat and find the size that would work for you.
Delivery and packaging
Delivery will be made within 3-5 working days.
All packaging is recyclable or recycled.
About Seven Shades
Hi - I am Laura.
Seven Shades was established in 2019 - a clothing brand dedicated to sustainability and making you feel empowered.
It's no secret that the fashion industry requires change - the planet cannot sustain the momentum of the fast fashion culture, and this underpins everything Seven Shades does. Seven Shades is not high fashion - it is slow fashion.
Classic garments you will want to wear again and again.
Our planet depends on our changes, that's why every sale and subscription means a tree is planted via the environmental organisation: Ecologi.
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