Organic Cotton Chunky Cowl Sweater

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Organic Cotton Chunky Cowl Sweater

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Superb organic cotton sweater with fabulous texture and style. The chunky heavyweight look is right on trend and looks great with several different knit patterns interacting together. This eco-friendly sweater has a cowl neck, long sleeves, 4" slits on the bottom (both sides) for easier fit and the back is 3" longer to cover the tush nicely. Love it!

Care: Garment is hand washable in cool water and lay flat to dry. 

Fiber: 100% Certified Organic Cotton

Made in China under fair labor conditions in WRAP certified facility. See section below "Who Made My Clothes?".

 Note: Table below lists Manufacturer recommended sizes. We also measured item by hand (for Medium size only), to see these - click on the "Size" button top-left of the main picture, scroll down to Medium and note measurements (in Inches). Since this item has raglan sleeves, the sleeve length is approx.

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 Sizing Chart for Women (body measurements not clothes)

S M L XL
 bust 34 - 35  36 - 37.5  39 - 41  42 - 44
 waist 30 - 31  32 - 33  34 - 36  37 -  38
 hips 36 - 37.5  38 - 39.5  40 - 42  43 - 45
  • Made in China under fair labor conditions in WRAP certified facility. Factories are small, family-owned with local workers, check www.wrapcompliance.org. The mills treat their wastewater to environmental standards. Products are tested and chemical free. 

    From Echo Verde: "All of our factories are reviewed for workers’ conditions and all must show proof of third-party monitoring of social and environmental conditions. The factories work hard to provide good working conditions, fair pay, overtime and hours, good healthy food. Most of the factories have outside areas workers can enjoy that are gardens – one has a meditation area for walking and meditating. Two of our factories have adopted stray dogs from the area as pets.

    The factories we work with are all family-owned, small operations that employ workers from the surrounding areas. We visit our factories twice per year to oversee conditions and make sure our product is being manufactured ethically."

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