Where Does It Come From? Red Bee Scarf


Handwoven cotton scarf – red with screenprinted bees. Traceable – comes with its story

Where Does It Come From? Red Bee Scarf


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Product Description

This Red Bee Scarf is designed to celebrate bees and our natural environment. The scarf is beautifully soft and comfortable and will enhance any outfit. The bee design is unique and very eye-catching – the perfect gift!

The cotton for your Red Bee Scarf was grown in Gujarat, India and then woven and spun by hand in a local co-operative. Skilled artisans then dyed and printed the scarf by hand using traditional, low carbon and low water techniques.

Where Does It Come From? only work with socially and environmentally focused production partners including fair trade co-operatives and artisan groups, capturing your garment’s creation journey every step of the way so that you can find out how yours was made and get to know the people involved.

As a thank you for shopping with us and helping to support ethical business, we’ll plant a tree in the tropics on your behalf through our charity partner   TreeSisters.org

We’ll do this every time you shop with us, at no extra cost to you.

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.

One day it will be as normal to give back as it is to take. Until then, when you shop with companies that don’t embed restoration into your transactions, you can plant a tree yourself every time you buy something! (It costs much less than you might think…)

Thank you for caring and for your support. You’ve just changed the future.

  Katie and Jarvis

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