These Measurements are standard and correspond with your body measurements, which can be used as a guide to find your size. We know that every body is different and we all like to wear our clothes differently, so if you have any questions about a specific fit or style, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Measure around the chest, just under the arms, and accross the back of your shoulder.
Measure around your waistline which is the narrowest part of your waist. Roughly at the height of your belly button.
We use Royal Mail to deliver most of our UK online purchases. Delivery times are 1 to 7 days from dispatch, depending upon your destination within the UK. Deliveries will be dispatched within 1-2 business day of the order being placed.
For international deliveries the delivery charge is £30 for all international orders. Delivery times are 7 days from dispatch.
Cold gentle machine wash with like colours.
Do not soak or bleach.
Do not dry clean.
Line dry in shade.
Warm iron or tumble dry.
Do not iron print.
100% Organic cotton.
Why do we choose organic cotton for our t-shirts over every other option?
• Organic cotton farming strictly prohibits the use of potentially toxic synthetic chemicals and thus poses a much lower health risk to people and the planet. For example, organic cotton can result in up to 90% less water pollution and use than conventional farming, leading to healthier waterways and more and safe drinking water.
• Organic cotton farmers can earn 5-60% more for their cotton than conventional cotton farmers.
• Many organic farmers form local cooperatives, which increases their opportunities to share knowledge, bargain for a fair price for their cotton, attend workshops and gain new skills.
• Organic farming produces a variety of benefits to the wider community such as fuelling rural economies through locally sourced farm inputs, creating jobs, and prohibition of pesticides resulting in less health issues.
• Organic farming is improving gender equality by encouraging female participation on farms and in decision making, as well as paying female workers 12.1% more compared to their conventional cotton farming counterparts.