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Organic Cotton Pantie - Metawear


Organic pantie that is sexy and well made in the most ethical methods and made in the U.S.A. This garment is made of certified organic cotton (by Global Organic Textile Standards), Cradle-to-Cradle certified, Fair Trade certified and made in the U.S.A. Made in a factory operated with clean power. We are so proud of this product! 

These panties are beautiful with Victorian print matches an organic tank or t-shirt (sold separately). 

It is made from the softest fabrics and trims available for fit, quality, and comfort. Always free of Toxic Substances. It is eco-washed in an enzyme, GOTS certified liquid which pre-shrinks garments and gives them a softest, luxurious finish. 

Matching Tee and Tank available (sold separately). Fits sizes 2-12 best (hips measuring 35"-42").

Body & Lining: 100% certified organic cotton

Trim: 90% Nylon, 10% Spandex

Cotton is grown by Texas Organic Marketing Co-op that comprises over 40 certified organic farmers. Safe seaweed ink non-toxic dyes.

Made in the U.S.A.

Note: due to the intimate nature of the garment - no returns or exchanges.

Manufacturer's Sizing Chart (in inches)

Sizes  S  M  L
bust  34-35  36-37 38-39
waist 26-27 28-29 30-33


Who Made My clothes

We are proud to carry products made in sustainable and ethical way. In the industry full of violations of human rights, the natural products and methods are well worth your support, designed to minimize the strain on our natural, as well as on our human resources.

The question "Who Made My Clothes?" is an important one to ask. Many of our products are made in the U.S.A. under the Labor and Industry regulations, some facilities are employee owned. Other products and jewelry are Fair Trade certified, ensuring fair wages and conditions for their makers. Your purchase gives support to artisans preserving traditional craft, skill and love of natural fibers, paying above the market wages for their skill and work.

By shopping here, you help to minimize exploitative labor, environmental damage, the use of hazardous chemicals, waste, and human and animal cruelty. 


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