Where Does It Come From? African Tunics

£110.00

Vibrant and versatile these African Tunics can be smart and casual – Ugandan Organic Cotton sewn in a Malawian Fairtrade Workshop.

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Where Does It Come From? African Tunics
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Product Description

If you’re looking for a beautiful and very versatile garment then the soft, organic African Tunics will be right up your street!

These African Tunics are designed to be comfortable and very flattering – stylish and fabulous for smart or casual wear, whatever the season. The design has been carefully crafted – soft fabric with a flattering neckline, three quarter length sleeves and an a-line cut. You can wear yours with leggings, jeans or smart trousers and accessorize according to the occasion!

Your tunic has been created using 100% organic, ecologically farmed, rain fed cotton from Uganda. The fabric drapes beautifully with a silk like quality. Created as part of our Project to create a transparent supply chain in Africa your tunic was sewn to our design in a Fairtrade workshop in Malawi.

Where Does It Come From? African Tunics come with their story. Each tunic has a code on the label which you can scan or enter into our website to explore the eco-friendly processes and get to know the people involved in making it.

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UK consumers made 39.4 billion payments in 2018 – if a tree were planted for every one of those transactions things would change very quickly. We want to show other companies – and you – that it’s not difficult to do things differently.

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