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  • Loved clothes last. We want to help you get the best from your Woollykins for years to come.

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  • Women's Plant Dyed T-Shirt in Organic Merino/Silk - Anthracite

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    Anthracite
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    *Limited edition. Each tee hand dyed and one of a kind. 

    Beautiful organic merino tops for women, hand dyed with natural plant dyes in Castlemaine by Umiform exclusively for Woollykins. 

    Stretchy, light and highly comfortable with a flattering neckline in beautiful quality organic merino wool with 30% mulberry silk. Neckline is bound with a find satin elasticated binding.  

    A limited offering for Summer 2023. Other colours listed separately. 

    Merino wool provides naturally high UV protection as do plant dyes.

    Sizes: 36/38 (S - 8-10), 40/42 (M - 12-14), 44/46 (L - 14-16)

    Colours: Anthracite 

    Botanicals: Logwood and Iron

    BrandUmiform
    Production: Manufactured in Germany under strict ecological guidelines by Cosilana, hand dyed with botanical dyes in Castlemaine, Australia by Umiform for Woollykins
    Origin of fibre: Patagonia
    Country of manufactureGermany
    CertificationsGOTS certified
    Fabric structure: 70% organic merino wool 30% mulberry silk
    100% Biodegradable: Yes, remove binding.
    Machine Washable: No (see our guide to washing wool)

    Care: Handwash only in lukewarm water with wool shampoo. Dry out of direct Sunlight. Wool washing programmes of washing machines vary massively, therefore we can not grant warranty for any damages. With regards to using your wool washing machine cycle always use cold. If you choose to wash at 30 degrees the machine will still rinse with cold water and this shock to the fibres can cause the wool to shrink.