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Hold me I'm Friesian Out - Women's - USA Made Organic T-shirt

Hold me I'm Friesian Out - Women's - USA Made Organic T-shirt

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- Made from 50% organic cotton. In its purest form, organic cotton is higher quality, safer for farmers and ultimately one of the best sustainable threads made. Not to mention its favorable natural color. This natural plant-based textile is grown, processed, combed and sewn into your wardrobe’s favorites. Organic cotton uses 90% less water and greenhouse gases which lessen our environmental footprints. It requires 62% less artificial energy as it relies on nature's own energy to thrive. Overall, organic cotton is not only better for the Earth but better for you and others. Royal Apparel organic cotton goes through a credible certification process from The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS).
- Made from 50% RPET. One of the world's biggest problems is single use plastics, like bottles. We take those plastics and turn them into classic durable American made pieces. The foundation of recycled bottles, with a variety of blends like organic cotton, lay the groundwork for our sustainable fabric that is both chic and comfortable. The process of turning plastic bottles into ethically produced apparel is called recycled polyethylene terephthalate, or RPET. An estimated 60 million plastic bottles are thrown out every day, our line saves at least 2 million and we only aim to get better.
- Printed with nontoxic water-based ink
- Made in the United States
- This top was manufactured by a company whose facilities comply with environmental laws and regulations.
- This apparel was created by a company that uses recycled water during their manufacturing process and low impact, fiber reactive dyes that do not contain any heavy metal or toxic substances. Low impact dyes are dyes with a higher-than-average absorption rate. Less water is required in the rinse process and less dye runs off in the water. Therefore, the dyes create less waste while keeping their vibrant color.
- Created by an ethical company with strict policies against discrimination based on race, color, sex, religion, political opinion, nationality, social origin, social status, indigenous heritage, disability, age, marital status, capacity to bear children, pregnancy, sexual orientation, genetic features, or other status of the individual unrelated to the ability to perform the job.

Description

A new equestrian classic, this Friesian inspired design features the popular black horse rearing in a spooky pumpkin patch. Renegade ghosts fly through the air among bats and seasonally colored polka dots. The words "Hold Me I'm Friesian Out" are written in black text.

- Our comfortable 50% organic cotton 50% RPET (made from plastic bottles) fabric is organic. Environmentally friendly and extremely soft!
- This garment was ethically created in the USA by an eco-friendly manufacturer.
- 30/1 combed ring spun 50% ORGANIC cotton 50% recycled polyester 4.4 oz/sq yd
- Set on rib collar
- Double needle sleeve hem & bottom hem
- Tape shoulder to shoulder
- Side seamed
- Made in USA
- Artwork printed with nontoxic water-based ink

Care Instructions

Wash inside out with cold water with similar colors using a gentle cycle. Hang-dry to maintain the life of your shirt. Do not iron.

Artist

Coral Isabella Aurora is an author, musician, and artist who designs most of the beautiful nature and animal art for Peace & Wolf. Her first book, "The Teenager's Guide to Surviving a Horror Film," debuted in August 2019 and became a IPNE 2020 Young Adult Awards finalist. Besides writing, she also creates the cover art and illustrations for her own books. She composes music, created her own genre, and sings.

Donations

$5.00 Donated to a Nonprofit for Every Shirt Sold

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Fun Facts About Friesians

Friesian horses are a popular breed for dressage and driving (pulling carriages or carts). They originate from Friesland in the Netherlands. Although many people in the equestrian field use this horse for dressage and other sports, they were originally bred for driving. Originally, this horse breed only came in black, however genetic abnormalities and breeding have caused a few other rare colors to be possible in a purebred Friesian, such as chestnut. But, the breed standard of a Friesian states they should only be black with very little white markings.

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