Women's Organic All-cotton Boat Neck DressStyle: 02611
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ORGANIC COTTON CERTIFICATION / GOTS CERTIFIED YARNS
Fair Indigo's organic cotton is grown on two family farms in the Pisco and Chiclayo regions of Peru. These farms are owned and operated by the same family that owns and manages our fair trade workshop in Lima and are certified organic by a handful of globally respected organizations. The yarns produced from the cotton are GOTS-certified.
SAFE DYES CERTIFICATION
Fair Indigo's uses only the safest commercially available dyes in the market, certified by organizations like Oek-tex. The certification process includes thorough testing on over 100 harmful chemicals including lead, arsenic, formaldehyde, azo-dyes, and heavy metals that are harmful to people and the environment.
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JOOBLES OEKO-TEX CERTIFICATION
Our Joobles brand of organic stuffed animals and baby accessories are safe - from the raw cotton to the finished product and every step along the way. All cotton is certified organic and all dyes, processes, and facilities in the supply chain are certified baby-safe.
Oeko-tex certification for hand knit cotton goods
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With this organic dress in your closet, you'll never again face another 'I have nothing to wear' moment. The classic boat neck and softly fitted silhouette do beautiful things for almost any body. Elbow-length sleeves are sleek, modern, and span seasons.
- 100% organic Pima cotton interlock
- Earth-friendly, certified safe dyes
- Machine wash
- Back seam
- 38-inch length (size Medium)
- Gently shaped
- Fairly made in Lima, Peru
Natural stretch without spandex
Our signature 100%-COTTON INTERLOCK Serena fabric is more substantial than our Eterna or Pura fabrics. Its ingenuity is its ability to stretch without spandex. This is called mechanical stretch, achieved by the meticulously designed structure of the yarns. The fabric is washed before it's cut and sewn, an uncommon but very beneficial step. It not only ensures your dress won't shrink, but also prevents puckering and twisting around seams that often happens in your dryer when sewing threads shrink but fabric doesn't. True investment-quality fabric! See all Serena
The best ingredients make the best clothes
Why will your organic cotton dress feel otherworldly soft right out of the bag and endure beautifully for years? Because we use the top 0.005% (not a typo) of cotton available. Softest and strongest aren't often used to describe a single fiber. Except when it's organic Peruvian Pima cotton. Ours is grown on two family farms and harvested with care by hand. Simply the best cotton you'll find anywhere on the planet. Learn More
All of our dyes are certified to the most stringent safety standards such as the Oeko-tex 100 standard. They're tested for literally hundreds of dangerous substances like Azo colorants, formaldehyde, pentachlorophenol, cadmium, and nickel. Our eco-friendly dyes meet or exceed the US Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) regarding lead and the European Chemical Regulation (REACh).
Quality clothing step by step
You've probably heard the expression 'less is more.' At Fair Indigo, we're inspired by the idea striving for LESS. A saner wardrobe that makes use of timeless 'forever in fashion' pieces you'll go back to time and again. That's why we build in quality - from the cotton and dyes we select to the extra processes we implement to create a garment you'll love for years. Buy better, buy less, live fully. Learn More
Style that's sustainable
Often when apparel brands talk about sustainability, they are talking about making clothing that respects the environment and its limited resources - something to be applauded for sure. But at Fair Indigo, it also means sustainable lives for the world's garment workers. And an ethical business model that prices clothing fairly, not too-good-to-be-true low (a signal the people were left out of the equation) nor artificially high to promote a future 70% off sale. It's time to move beyond fast fashion. For good. Learn More
In addition to living wage jobs, we believe the key to transforming communities from poverty to prosperity is education. The Fair Indigo Foundation funds teachers' salaries, books, building improvements, and computer labs for children who otherwise were being left behind. And it's so easy to make a big difference - just check the $5 donation box at checkout. Your $5 donations have literally transformed the lives of children, their families, and their community. Learn More