New fairtrade women's clothes – women's clothing that’s fairtrade

New fairtrade women's clothes – women's clothing that’s fairtrade

By staff writers
23 Jun 2009

There are now a great range of fairtrade clothes including fairtrade women's tops to choose from. While some fairly traded women's tops are now available on the high street, online retailers such as Natural Collection typically have a much larger selection. You can also buy fairtrade women's tops from online ethical retailer Ethical Superstore.

Here is a selection of the new tops available.

1. Komodo Organic Cotton Julie Tee
This attractive woman's top comes in a vibrant shade of yellow and has a delicate, understated floral pattern. Komodo clothing company make this top from fairtrade cotton sourced from Kathmandu.

It sports an aster print neckline, corozo buttons, golden glitter, ruched short-sleeves with a button detail and an aster front print. It is machine washable at 30º.

2. Komodo Hemp & Cotton T-Shirt
This short, puffy sleeved woman's top is great for sunny summer days out. Perfect with turned up jeans or hotshorts, it features Peoni needle work and the Komodo logo.

This fairtrade woman's top is made from hemp. It is a good alternative to cotton, putting less stress on soil. It also grows quickly and doesn't require chemical fertilisers. No part of the hemp plant is wasted, and it produces a soft, strong material.

3. Mandala Organic Cotton Pony Top
The flattering cut of this stylish woman's top is amplified by smart detailed buttons on the sleeves. It has a soft, floating feel and is made from 100% organic cotton jersey.

It is a flexible little number, whose over locked hem, cuffs and raw edge neckline make it great for layering.

There are many more new wonderful woman's tops available from Natural Collection's online store. To browse woman's, men's or children's fashion just click through to the natural Collection website here.

Keywords: clothes | fairtrade | womens
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