We source the 100% certified organic merino wool yarn from our supplier in Europe, who buys the wool from shepherds in South America.
We recommend choosing your size according to our size guide, paying attention to the length and waist measurements. Keep in mind that the length can be altered at your local tailor. If you are between two sizes, opt for the smaller one!
Model Jennifer is 179 cm and is wearing a size 1.
Main fabric: 100% certified organic wool
Fiber origin: South America
Yarn spinning: Europe
Dye house: Vienna
Dyeing method: Plant-dyed
Sewing thread: 100% cotton
Labels: 100% organic cotton, printed in Germany
Rubber band: 65% organic cotton (Turkey), 35% natural rubber (Malaysia)
Dust Bag: 100% organic cotton (traceable)
Fiber origin: Uganda & Kirgistan
Yarn spinning: Germany & Turkey
Weaving: Czech Republic
Sewing thread: 100% TENCEL™
Printing & production: Poland
We believe sustainability goes hand-in-hand with transparency. You should know what you are paying for so you can better understand the value of the garments you buy.
➞ Learn more about our price transparency here.
|Materials: This cost includes the purchase of the yarn, threads and labels. It also includes the dyeing process.||37.13 €|
|Labor: This is the price we pay the knitting factory to produce this garment.||25.80 €|
|Design: We work with a team in Vienna, who helped bring this garment to life. They oversee the supply chain and handle quality control. This cost is their share.||25.11 €|
|Company Cost: Our markup allows us to pay for our company expenses and invest in future products. Learn more here.||99.49 €|
|Logistics: Logistics include the transportation of goods, fees, packaging and storage costs.||9.35 €|
|Tax: We pay 19% German sales tax.||38.32 €|
|Donations: We donate 2% of the gross sales of this product to selected NGOs. Read more about it here.||4.80 €|
Only wash when necessary, try to spot-clean or air-clean primarily. When it needs a wash, please only hand wash it cold using eco-friendly wool laundry detergent. Dry flat and never wring or hang-dry, as wet wool stretches easily. But most importantly: The less you wash it, the longer it lasts!
➞ Learn more about how to care for wool.