Womens Contours T-Shirt (Navy Marl)

Colour: Navy Marl
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Our women's fit casual branded tee is made from salvaged waste cuttings from organic cotton clothing. These are shredded, then blended with recycled plastic bottles and turned into your t-shirt. Just another way we're taking you BEYOND BOUNDARIES.

  • Printed in London
  • 100% recycled materials
  • 60% Recycled pre-consumer cotton organically grown & 40% Recycled post-consumer polyester
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    Womens Jackets & Tops

    Regular / Athletic Fit

    Size XS S M L XL
    Chest 80-85 86-90 91-96 97-101 102-107
    Waist 65-69 70-73 74-78 79-84 85-90
    Hips 89-93 94-99 100-104 105-109 110-114

    The above chart indicates body measurements, not garment dimensions.
    Calculate your own body measurements, then select the appropriate product size.
    If your body measurements are between sizes, go down to the smaller size for a tighter fit, or up to the larger size for a more relaxed fit.


    • Free shipping for UK orders over £50.
    • Free shipping for International orders over £100.
    • We aim to get UK orders to you within 2-5 working days. Delivery lead times for international orders vary.
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    • If you're not completely happy with your purchase, you can return an item within 100 days of receiving your order.
    • Items should be returned in the same condition in which you receive them: the original product packaging and tags must still be attached, and the products must be in an unused condition.
    • Please see full return instructions here.

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