Organic Bamboo Long Sleeve Nursing Henley Top

$69.99 AUD

Color

Size

XS S L XL XXL 3XL 4XL M

Organic Bamboo Long Sleeve Nursing Henley Top

$69.99 AUD

Color

Size

XS S L XL XXL 3XL 4XL M
Product description

Organic Bamboo Long Sleeve Nursing Henley Top

The Organic Bamboo & Cotton Long Sleeve Nursing Henley Top are what sweet dreams are made from. Cut from eco-friendly bamboo, this pyjama top is heavenly soft, has a nice amount of stretch for your pregnancy bump and a relaxed fit so you feel cool and comfortable all night long. Also doubling as a casual, everyday essential, this top will slip right in to your off-duty wardrobe for feeding your little one! Wear with your favourite pair of denim jeans, skirt or shorts or team it with our Bamboo Pyjama Pants for bed!

Features:

  • Scooped, henley neckline
  • Relaxed fit
  • Long sleeves
  • Bamboo functional buttons for breastfeeding
  • Curved hemline
  • Suitable for sensitive skin
  • Hypoallergenic fabric
  • Fabric is dyed using our *Eco-Colour process

Sizing: Kelly wears a size S. She is 173cm (5"8") tall and usually wears a size S/10.
Maddy wears a size XL. She is 178cm tall (5'8") and usually wears a size XL/16.

Styling: Wear this style with our 3/4 Pyjama Pants. Mix and match with the different colours!

Brand: Bamboo Body

Eco-Colour Process
Sustainability has always been at the forefront of everything we do, from the way we produce our bamboo clothing through to our day-to-day business environment.  We are continually looking for ways we can improve our products and production processes. We are excited to launch our Eco Colour Collection, a collection that uses a new eco friendly dyeing technology called 'Dope Dyeing'. This process reduces environmental pollution and wastewater discharges in the dyeing process. 


The Dope Dyeing Process
Instead of the usual piece dyeing, in which the yarn is first knitted into the fabric and then dyed as a whole, dope dyed yarn is the opposite. The yarn itself is dyed to a pre-selected amount of colours, which are then used to create the desired fabric. In other terms, this method of colouring the fabric means colourant is added at the time the fabric is spun, instead of dyeing the end product. The colour is then locked in to the fibre which is resistant to fading, has increased colour fastness and vibrancy. It is also highly resistant to UV fade (all of our garments have a UPF rating of 50+). The fabric will show some colour variations, which naturally happens when the dyeing occurs. This process also helps create the melange or marle effect.


Environmental Impacts
Compared to standard wet dye processing, the dope dyeing technique requires absolutely no water during the process and the use of dye chemicals is reduced. Further, the production company we have worked with on our Eco Colour Collection is Oeko Tex (Standard 100) certified meaning our products are completely free from harmful chemicals and are safe for human use.

Compared to standard processing, dope dyeing:
Reduces WATER consumption by 89%
Reduces POWER consumption by 64%
Reduces CHEMICAL consumption by 63%
Reduces ENERGY consumption by 63%
Reduces C02 Emissions by 62%
Reduces CHEMICAL OXYGEN demand by 67%



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