Everyday sweatblouse
Everyday sweatblouse
Everyday sweatblouse
Everyday sweatblouse
Everyday sweatblouse
Everyday sweatblouse
Everyday sweatblouse
Everyday sweatblouse
Everyday sweatblouse
Everyday sweatblouse
Everyday sweatblouse
Everyday sweatblouse
Everyday sweatblouse
Everyday sweatblouse

Everyday sweatblouse

Sale price$71.60 USD

Everyday sweatblouse for all travellers. Comfortable all-day-long pullover from organic cotton and recycled polyester.

Sustainable
Organic cotton
Recycled fibres

Size Chart

Medium fit. Radu (green colour, lifestyle pictures) is 180 cm (5’ 9’’) tall and is wearing size L here. He has 108 cm (42.5’’) in chest, 105 cm (41.3’’) in waist and 107 cm (42.1’’) in hips. He usually wears size L.

Size:S
Color:Dark grey
Quantity:

description

Classic crew neck sweatshirt to add a lighter layer in your men's travel capsule wardrobe. Made from organic cotton and recycled polyester, including the brand label on the neck and sleeve. Ultra comfortable, even though fitted, will make a perfect set with a shirt or polo for an office errand or a tshirt for an easy-going outift. 

Neat rib finishing at neck collar, sleeve and bottom hem and added inside herringbone back neck tape for an extra comfort. 
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Hint: Matching sweatblouse for women is available at women section. 

product features

Fit

Relaxed fit Medium fit Slim fit

Thickness

Thin Medium Thick

Opacity

Opaque Medium See-through

Wrinkle prone

Wrinkle prone Medium Wrinkle resistant

Ease of drying

Dries slowly Medium Dries quickly

materials & manufacturer

Manufacturer:
Finished at our manufacturer MerchYou in Slovakia, Bratislava; produced by a Fair Wear Foundation Leader Stanley/Stella in Bangladesh. Learn more

Composition:
85% organic ring - spun combed cotton 15% recycled polyester Weight g/m2: 300


Organic cotton
Cotton represents nearly half the fibre used in the textile industry and only part of it is what is called organic cotton. If sustainably and ethically produced, organic cotton is a great alternative to a conventional cotton and it’s likely the most popular choice for an eco-textile. Contrary to conventional cotton, it uses far less water, no insecticides, reduces contamination of groundwater, poses no risk of cancer to workers, and encourages biodiversity. Globally, conventional cotton cultivation accounts for about 5% of global pesticide use even though it is cultivated only on about 2.5% of global arable land. From a circularity perspective, being a natural fiber, it has the added benefits of being 100% biodegradable, given there were no harmful chemicals used during the processing of the fiber. Certain certifications can help with cotton evaluation. The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), covers the processing, manufacturing, packaging, labelling, trading and distribution of textiles, ensuring that both environmental and social standards, such as safe and hygienic working conditions, no workplace discrimination and fair pay rates, are respected. This isn’t however the only certification focusing on organic cotton. There are also others like Organic Content Standard (OCS), Cotton made in Africa Organic, the EU Organic Standard, bioRe Sustainable Cotton or the Fairtrade Cotton.

Recycled polyester
Recycled polyester is a better alternative to a virgin polyester. It is made of recycled plastic bottles or old clothes. Using recycled instead of virgin polyester reduces our dependency on fossil fuels, requires less energy, and produces fewer carbon emissions. By using plastic waste, it is diverted from oceans and landfills. The problem of releasing the microfibers and biodegradability remains the same though, which is why we encourage you to use the microplastic filters in your washing machine like here or microplastic bags like here

product care

Do not wring, wash with low load and slow spinning. Cold wash at maximum 30 degrees, inside out, with similar colours. Do not tumble dry, air dry instead without any delay. Reshape while damp. Lay flat or hang to dry. Do not bleach, embrace all colours. Do not dry clean. Iron on the reverse side with low heat at maximum 110 degrees or wear rumpled proudly. Never stop exploring, but explore responsibly.

sustainability

Sustainable This product is produced in a sustainable way, which means that it is created in a way that can be sustained for this and future generations, while protecting both Planet and People producing it. It is produced by a Fair Wear Foundation Leader Stanley/Stella which -by using materials organic cotton and recycled polyester- helps sustain natural resources and improve the livelihood of people involved in its production. For more information on our supplier read on.
Certified This product is certified by our supplier, Stanley/Stella as GOTS, Oeko-Tex Standard 100, Fair Wear and Vegan Approved, which means that they had been vetted prior to ensure safer and more sustainable environment for people to work in and all of us to live in. Despite the fact we are not a certified company yet -and therefore didn't certify this product yet- this shows our commitment to always choose the best in terms of ethics and sustainability. We would like to share with you as much information as possible to help you make an educated purchase decision. While we are aiming at being certified ourselves, currently we rely on our suppliers and pay great attention to the products we supply, to make sure they are healthy for you and the Planet. Even though we can't market our products as certified, we choose the best and certified partners to create them. We just find it the right thing to do and we want to be transparent about that with you.
Organic materials This product is made from organic fabrics, which means that the fibre is grown without toxic substances, fertilisers and polluting pesticides. This translates into higher quality of the product, healthier soil, protecting local habitats, increasing biodiversity and improving the livelihood of people involved in growing the fibres. Organic materials also allow the biodegradation of the product at the end of its useful cycle. They are better for you, the People and the Planet.
Recycled materials This product contains recycled fibres, which supports the circular economy model, where all raw materials are kept in use as long as possible. Recycling means conserving natural resources and reducing waste, while preventing it from the landfills and incinerators.
End of Lifecycle - recyclable This product is fully recyclable at the end of its useful cycle and can be recycled through a mechanical cycle. For returning it to recycle, simply decompose the garment into individual pieces. Check our 'Let's Reloop' tab for more information.

shipping & returns

Shipping Costs
We offer free shipping for orders above 150 EUR. For orders below we will add a shipping cost of 4,95 EUR in Germany or accordingly a cost from our price list per each European country. For detailed information read our Shipping & Returns page page.

Delivery Times
Our delivery times are 2-4 days within Germany and 3-7 days within Europe. All orders are processed at our main hub in Füssen, Germany, and we do our best to prepare your products for shipping within 3 business days.

30 Days Return Policy
You have the right to cancel and return your order within 14 days, for any reason and without a justification, however we want you to be happy with your purchase and make sure your products will be with you for a long time ahead. This is why we have an extended 30 days return policy. Go to our Shipping & Returns page to read more details.

IN A NUTSHELL

Perfect element for your men travel capsule wardrobe. This classic crew-neck sweatblouse can transform into an easy-going office outfit or make a mid-layer for your daily errand.

Thick and soft sweat fabric gives warmth in a colder weather or a chilly summer evening. Quality logo embroided in the back makes this sweatblouse stand out from the crowd in a subtle way.

Made of organic cotton and recycled polyester, the product can be mechanically recycled at the end of its useful cycle. Get comfortable for your travels!

WHAT ARE OUR PRODUCTS MADE OF

NATURAL FIBRES

Using natural fibres supports the cradle-to-cradle model, where all raw materials are kept in use through biodegradation and returned to Earth at the end of their useful cycle. Choosing natural fibres allow for less dependency on non-renewable resources.

Biodegradation is not the only way out though. Natural fabrics can be also chemically recycled when their journey is over.

WHAT ARE OUR PRODUCTS MADE OF

RECYCLED FIBRES

Using recycled fibres supports the circular economy model, where all raw materials are kept in use as long as possible. Recycling means conserving natural resources and reducing waste, while preventing it from the landfills and incinerators.

Fun fact? Even our brand label on this garment is made of recycled polyester!

StanleyStella_Sustainability_ Inside our factory - Mohammad Shahin Alam, sewing operators

WHO MADE OUR CLOTHES

ABOUT OUR SUPPLIERS

We believe in transparency and we want to share all information you need from us to make a fully conscious decision about your purchase. We carefully weigh our options when deciding who to work with, so as to make sure we’re always offering you the best we can. Because circularity is not just doing right by the environment; it also means making sure people are treated fairly.

Learn more about #WhoMadeYourClothes under this link: