It's no secret that the production and use of synthetic materials is no good for the environment. Regularly farmed cotton, which uses up 16% of all the pesticides produced, poses a risk to local insects and organisms. The chemicals flow into water bodies and affect everyone who comes in contact with them. Organically grown cotton, and newer fibres developed from harvest leftovers, such as corn and banana, are more eco friendly alternatives and guilt free additions to any wardrobe!
We took the smallest strips of jersey fabric (left over while leveling panels and in overlock machine) and wove them into leftover mesh fabric to make this carpeted shirt, the perfect edgy piece to pep up your basics!