Women's Vegan Tank Top, You Are What You Eat, Squirrel Nuts Psychology
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Sustainability, style and comfort come together in this racer back tank top. Make people smile with the lighthearted illustration with a squirrel at the psychotherapist. Ideal for any vegan, almond and nut lover. This shirt is perfect for yoga, work-out, for warmer days or to relax at home. The combed cotton is especially soft and as this racer back vest is 100% organic you can rest assured you have the best quality possible on your skin.
- Satisfaction Guaranteed or Full Refund - Cruelty Free, 100% Plant-Based & Vegan - 100% Organic Combed Cotton - Fabric: soft & lightweight (Jersey S 3.4 oz, L 4.6 oz/ S 115g, L 155g) - Sustainable Fashion: 90% Reduced Carbon Footprint - Ethically sourced and manufactured
All our clothes are completely Polyester-Free. Few people are aware that Polyester is plastic and even worse than using plastic bags. Because with every single wash millions of its microfibers are released irreversibly into the ecosystem and are harming the environment and sea-life. Well, now you can say stop without making any compromises in style and comfort.
Our core mission is sustainability and reducing the carbon footprint wherever possible. Being organic is a great step forward, however, does not go far enough in our opinion. Often times organic products result in an even larger carbon footprint due to increased processing needs. Because of this, our production process is almost exclusively powered by solar and wind energy. With this, the carbon footprint is reduced by around 90%.
It has been calculated that a single T-shirt of us saves around 7kg of CO2, whereas a hoodie saves up to 28kg of greenhouse gases. These are actual reductions achieved in the manufacturing, without any carbon offsetting. (certified by the Carbon Trust)
Our clothing is produced exclusively from organic, super-soft, combed Indian cotton, and the entire production process is controlled and certified in accordance with the latest version of GOTS (Global Organic Standard).
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