Nomads Organic Cotton Collar T Shirt

Original price was: £36.95.Current price is: £25.95.

super soft organic jersey


Nomads Organic Cotton Collar T Shirt in a super cute Citrus Print.  The Collar T Shirt will brighten up your wardrobe this season. The style features bio-degradable coconut buttons and cap sleeves for a comfortable fit. Crafted from 100% GOTS Certified Organic Cotton Jersey means this top is easy to wear and it’s bold pattern looks great matched with plain trousers or skirts.

  • collar with coconut button detail
  • cap sleeves
  • GOTS organic cotton Jersey

Organic cotton is the best form of cotton, both for the planet, the growers and the people who wear it. It’s a pleasure to wear because of its breathable – it keeps you cool in summer, and cosy in winter. Nomads Organic cotton is certified by GOTS. The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is the leading authority on textile processing standards for organic fibres, focusing on all aspects of the supply chain.

Made by Nomads’ fair trade partners in India

30° Machine Wash, Do not tumble dry, Cool Iron.

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Nomads is dedicated to create beautiful, ethical, Fair Trade clothing for more than 30 years. From handloom textiles to intricate embroidery details, they create ethical, Fair Trade clothing using the very best quality natural fibres, GOTS certified organic cotton and traditional artisan techniques. All their exclusively-designed prints are created with azo free, environmentally approved dyes. We love these comfortable, long-lasting fabrics and most of our team members wear them regularly. “We strongly believe that feeling good in what we wear comes down to more than just looks. Style shouldn’t come at a cost to people, animals or the planet. By embracing the slow fashion movement, we take the time to ensure quality production, to give value to the skilled hands that produce each product, and to contemplate our connection with the environment. We’re proud supporters of the Fashion Revolution campaign and encourage consumers to ask: Who made your clothes?”