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    Organic Long Sleeve Knit Top - Nemesis

    Color
    Coral
    Light Denim Perwinkle
    Size

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    Sweet long sleeve light to medium knitwear in organic cotton knitted piece by piece. This top has a nice scoop neck, flat pattern and raglan sleeves. Generous sizing, outmost quality of craftsmanship. Designed by Charlotte Mansted of Denmark.

    Yarn - 100% organic cotton (cloth tag says cotton but the yarn as indicated on the paper tag is 100% certified organic eco yarn)

    Made in China.

    Fabric Care: Machine washable like wool - mild detergent, turn inside out. Lay flat for drying, shape when moist.

    • Manstead 

      Manstead is the line of organic clothing designed and developed by Charlotte Mansted which started in 2002. 

      It is based in Denmark. Charlotte's vision is to create garments that goe beyond seasons and trends, and makes you happy. The clothes are knit piece by piece and not cut from a roll of fabric, in order to create unique details and pieces, only possible in knitwear. Colors are a vital melange of colors with each fiber in multiple colors. The yarns are as pure as one can get and feel soft to the skin. The knitwear pieces are actually knit together, stitching into each stitch and producing a very flat finish and not bulky. Buttons are made mostly with a real shell with a transparent matt rubber finish.

    • Easy Returns - All items (except underwear and socks) are returnable within 30 days, as long as they are unused and unwashed, no perfume or smoke (keep this in mind when trying on your clothes), with tags remaining.  Only the cost of merchandise, not the shipping fees are refunded.

      Mail items to: Natural Clothing Co, PO Box 69, Snohomish, WA 98291.

    • General Manufacturer's Sizing 
        S M L XL
       bust 35"  36"  37' 40'
       waist 27"
      28'
      29'
      32"
       hips 38"
       38'  40' 43'

    Who Made My clothes

    We carry products made in ethical sustainable way, a challenge in "dirty" textile industry. The question "Who Made My Clothes?" is an important one. 

    Your purchase supports the preservation of traditional craft, love of natural fibers and fair conditions. 

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