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Thought Fairtrade Organic Cotton Breton Top - Orange

Thought Fairtrade Organic Cotton Breton Top - Orange

Regular price $89.00
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Looking for a classic wardrobe essential? This Fairtrade Organic Cotton Breton Top by Thought is a beautiful option. Featuring a subtly oversized shape with a heavy weight cotton that will keep you both cool and comfortable. Pair it with jeans for a stylish and simple outfit for a weekend out and about. Colour: Orange.


Design is subtly oversized, with dropped shoulders and a wrist-skimming cropped sleeve.

The heavyweight organic cotton holds its shape, while keeping you cool and comfortable.

Colour: Orange.

Pair it with jeans for a simple Parisienne styled outfit.

Responsibly designed - 100% vegan and cruelty free.

Sustainably sourced material -the process of growing and weaving this cotton top is organic from seed to stitch.

Shop more Sustainable Women's Clothing here.

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Care & Use

Wash with similar colours. Gentle machine wash at 30 degrees. Do not bleach. Do not tumble dry. Warm iron on reverse. Do not dry clean.

Circular life

When a garment or textile can no longer be worn, mended, swapped, gifted, donated or upcycled, please contact your Council to find the nearest textile recycling scheme.

Brand story

Thought is a brand embracing the concept of slow fashion; their clothes are made with the greatest consideration for people and the planet and they’re designed to last and to be worn time after time.

We have a small range of Thought online, but you will find more styles in our Paddington and Southport stores, so please drop in soon as we only have a few sizes in each style!

Thought work with a circular, closed loop system with aftercare and end of life considered for every design. Through small quantity runs and a closely considered production line, they turn their scrap fabrics into headbands, leftover yarns into socks and only use polyester that’s recycled. They source natural, sustainable yarns that use less water, fewer pesticides, and create less CO2. And upcycle leftover fabric at source so to reduce waste and create new products. Through their commitment to considered design, responsible sourcing and fostering change they continue to offer they same simplicity in silhouette that they haven’t lost since their original designs in 1995. This approach brings an air of timelessness and wearability to the pieces while allowing the customer to enagage with the brand mission; to live more thoughtfully.

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