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We’ve worked on our manufacturing process to produce as minimal waste as possible. Each bra is knitted to size within a tube to completely cut down on waste. Any additional panels and slings are made from the same tube, strategically designed to maximise the use of the fabric, avoiding offcuts and waste. We like to think it’s a little bit clever *pats self on back*.
All of our yarn is dyed according to Oeko-Tex Standard 100 and we’re Oeko-Tex certified. Basically, this means that every thread, trim, hook etc. has been tested for harmful substances and has been deemed harmless in human ecological terms. We’ve also tested the factories we use and the finished product, and we’ve got the all-clear! Boo-yah!
But, what does that mean for me? When clothing is processed using harmful chemicals, they can be absorbed into your body. We know, it’s crazy stuff. So if this is something you’ll be wearing day in, day out, just know that we’re looking out for you and your assets.
If you’d like to find out more about Oeko-Tex Standard 100, you can find it here.