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Celestial SOS Organic Cotton T-shirt

 1,400.00

Boxy fit tee with wide neck rib and features our exclusive ” Celestial SOS” print. Made with midweight 100% GOTS certified organic cotton jersey with the softest feel and comfort. The model is wearing a size S.

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These fabrics were carefully reclaimed from a Fairtrade certified factory in India. We thrive to keep the usage of natural resources to the minimum by using what already exists and design clean clothing that lasts. We create thoughtful and perennial designs, keeping in mind its lifecycle.

The garments are ethically made by a fair trade certified factory in Kolkata and naturally dyed by passionate natural dyers in Mumbai. They have spent months in research and have mindfully chosen local supply chain to keep the carbon footprint minimum.

Our garments made usin certified fabrics and are dyed with natural, organic, eco-friendly and non-toxic elements. The natural dyes extracted from nature and are much safer for the environment. Our dyes come from food/plant/flower waste.

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Something Sustainable (SOS) is an organic apparel line that uses only natural and environmentally safe dyes. Their goal is to make the world a better place through reducing the usage of natural resources. They accomplish so by lovingly retrieving the residual and meticulously planning the process. SOS was born with the vision to make better with less.

Impact Index

25.98 K. Grams

CO2 Prevented

65.14 Litres

Water Conserved

116 Grams

Chemicals Prevented

213.34 Hours

Energy Saved

*Compared to conventional cotton and traditional practices. Learn more

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