The PieceSara Organic Cotton Reversible Printed Scarf
The Fabric80% ORGANIC COTTON 20% RECYCLED ACRYLIC
Does GoodOrganic cotton reduces the pollution within the environment its grown in, because it doesn't use harmful chemicals and pesticides to develop - meaning the cotton pickers are not exposed to the nasties which regular cotton is grown with. It also uses approximately 71% less water versus conventionally grown cotton, just two of the many reasons we only use organic cotton. GOTS stands for The Global Organic Textile Standard and is the leading global standard in certifying organic raw materials; from the harvesting and growth of the cotton - to ensuring the factories are adhering to the highest of social responsibilities within manufacturing.
The FeelingMade from GOTS organic cotton, it's warm and soft and perfect for wrapping up in and keeping you warm in colder months. We are obsessed with this animal jacquard design, simple and stylish.
The FitThis reversible scarf is new for Thought in unusual colours with our signature animal jacquard of the season. On soft GOTS Organic Cotton, the pattern is easy to wear and soft to touch.
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Sara Organic Cotton Reversible Scarf - Multi
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