NOELLE Ltd | Organic cotton sweater pullover made ethically in Britain
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Noelle

'Soothe' Organic Cotton Sweatshirt in Ecru

Regular price £125.00
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Winter, we're ready for you. Noelle's 100% GOTS Certified Organic Cotton sweatshirt is so beautifully soft, you'll never want to take it off. Cut to a regular fit with exaggerated drop shoulders and a dropped hem at the back, this sweater is perfect for everyday wear. Unlike a polyester blend, this premium fabric will only soften with age, improving with every wash & wear. Stick to your regular size if you want to tuck into jeans or size up to achieve the oversized look like model Yasmin.  

100% GOTS certified organic cotton. Wash at 30 degrees.

UK orders are delivered within 3-5 days.

International orders are delivered within 7-12 days.

Read the full details on delivery and returns here.

Small: UK 8-10
Medium: UK 10-12
Large: UK 12-14

Let's strip it back

Emissions

Noelle's factory, fabric workers, dye house and design studio are all within walking distance, meaning there's far less travel for the garment during the production process. This piece is made from GOTS certified organic cotton, which uses far less emissions than regular cotton.

Circularity

This piece has been designed with longevity in mind – by using organic cotton, the fabric is durable and improves with every wash and wear. Noelle focuses on making products that are “forever” staples in your wardrobe; made to be loved again and again. In addition, Noelle’s supply chain is completely plastic free. All packaging is made from recycled materials and/or is recyclable.

Water Consumption

This lovely piece by Noelle is made using GOTS certified organic cotton, which has an average reduction of 91% in water usage compared to conventional cotton. Everything is produced in an un-dyed, unprocessed ‘Ecru’ fabric. Then, any pieces that are dyed are done so with non-toxic dyes to eliminate water pollution.

Worker's Rights

All of Noelle’s factory workers are paid the living wage, providing more than the national minimum wage. The factory, which is based in the North West of England, also receives government grants due to the great work they are doing to support the local community.