Women's Day Graphite T-Shirt, Period Graphic
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Meet our new limited-edition International Women’s Day Graphite Period T-Shirt created to raise awareness around the lack of Period Dignity within homelessness. Designed and screen-printed in Belfast, and sustainably made from 100% organic cotton.
For every T-Shirt sold, we are donating two TOTM™ organic period kits to one of our charity partners.
Do not bleach, wash on a cool temperature with like colours. Do not tumble dry and do not iron over artwork.
Designed specifically for the female form of all shapes and sizes, this versatile boxy fit is perfect for tucking in or leaving out. The fit is relaxed but true to size.
Models are wearing size Large and Medium in order of appearance.
The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) was developed through collaboration by leading standard setters with the aim of defining requirements that are recognised world-wide and that ensure the organic status of textiles from harvesting of the raw materials through environmentally and socially responsible manufacturing all the way to labelling in order to provide credible assurance to the consumer.
Fair Wear member brands monitor conditions in their supply chains, adapt their management practices to support better working conditions, and resolve problems when they are found. Responsibility for worker welfare is shared between brands and factories, so Fair Wear believes they must work together to achieve sustainable improvements.
All returns must be authorised within 14 days of order receipt. Click here for full returns policy.
WEAR ONE, SHARE ONE
For every item you purchase from OutsideIn, we donate another item to someone experiencing homelessness.
How it Works
1 item of outerwear for you = 1 T-Shirt for someone experiencing homelessness.
1 pair of joggers for you = 3 pairs of socks for someone experiencing homelessness.
1 pair of socks for you = 1 pair of socks for someone experiencing homelessness.
1 headwear item for you = 1 cap for someone experiencing homelessness.