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Full coverage and full comfort! These low rise shorts are made from organic cotton.
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These super-comfortable low rise shorts create a flattering shape. The wide elasticated waistband sits around the hips, while there's a narrower band around the thighs. Made from soft, organic cotton, they're perfect for everyday wear.
Just choose your colour!
Keen to offer you products from brands that we love, and which are gentle on both the environment and your skin, we decided to add some new products to our "ethical fashion" collection, with high-quality essentials such as socks and underwear from People Tree!
With its colourful, timeless style, People Tree has succeeded in making ethical fashion contemporary, affordable and desirable. The brand's garments are handmade from organic cotton and sustainable materials, while all the dyes used are free from harmful chemicals. Products are shipped by sea and not by air, to reduce their carbon footprint.
What makes the brand so special: People Tree has been a pioneering ethical fashion brand for over 25 years!
These bras were made by Rajlakshmi Cotton Mills, which is a pioneer in the production of organic garments in India. It seeks to combine high-quality tailoring with fair treatment for farmers and workers, while also supporting local environmental and social projects.
95% organic, Fair Trade cotton, 5% elastane.
GOTS-certified, made in Turkey, vegan-friendly, designed by People Tree.
Use a cold wash cycle and a slow spin. Wash with a gentle detergent and with similar colours. Do not iron.
Rajlakshmi Cotton Mills is a pioneer in the production of organic garments in India. It seeks to combine high-quality tailoring with fair treatment for farmers and workers, while also supporting local environmental and social projects.
By purchasing environmentally friendly clothes, you can stand up against the polluting textile industry.