We ensure a minimum of 50% sustainability in every style, with over half of our collection being 100% sustainable. Our goal is to make 80% of our collection 100% sustainable by 2022, because, from here it only gets better...
Essie Ruffle Neck Blouse
Essie Ruffle Neck Blouse
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An AW21 staple, the Emberley Ruffle Neck Blouse features a flattering elasticated ruffle neck detail with blouson style sleeve for a practical, stylish finish.
- - Elasticated ruffle neck
- - 3 button cuff detail
- - Elasticated cuff
- - Made from 100% organic cotton
- - Machine wash at 30°
- - Model height 5"9
- - Model wears size 8
We currently work with suppliers across five countries to source our products; 54% of the factories we work with are in Europe and Turkey, and this is only the beginning...
From everyday workplace standards to ethical audits like SMETA (Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit), we are always open and transparent about our factories’ practices and accreditations, sharing informative details at every step of your shopping journey.
We only partner with factories that are committed to change through their practices, like zero waste, waterless production and renewable energy. Because we love fashion and we love our planet. And we will never compromise on either.
It’s not just our clothes that are eco-conscious. From recycled polyester labels to sustainable swing tags, discover the planet-friendly finishing touches that complete our collection.
Inside our pieces you’ll find care labels and back-neck labels thoughtfully designed in REACH/CPSIA-compliant, recycled polyester...
What does this mean?
Recycled polyester doesn’t require new petroleum to create, lowering the demand for new petroleum extraction and reducing our overall carbon footprint.
Producing recycled polyester is better for the climate, creating 75% less CO₂ emissions than virgin polyester.
Recycling polyester prevents it from heading to landfill or polluting our oceans.
Every product is finished with our sleek, branded swing tag, crafted from sustainably sourced, recycled paper and topped with an organic cotton cord.
Our womenswear collections are always designed with the future in mind; contemporary pieces crafted in conscious materials that have been carefully selected due to their green credentials and sustainable nature...
Fact: organic cotton is better for the planet. Why? Well, there are significant environmental, social and economic benefits to using organic cotton over its regular - and harmful - alternative….
Organic cotton uses natural processes and fertilizers that are free from toxic chemicals or GMOs (genetically modified organisms). Regular cotton is one of the most heavily polluting crops, using 16% of the world’s insecticides and 10% of the world’s pesticides. These nasties can harm land, poison water, and endanger the people and wildlife that rely on these resources.
It takes around 2,700 litres of water to create a regular cotton t-shirt. Organic cotton is 80% rain-fed, which reduces the pressure on local water sources. Plus, no nasty chemicals means a cleaner, safer H2O for all.
Organic cotton is fairly-traded and regulated, protecting the lives of farmers and their families, while creating a healthy and sustainable farming future.