Look your best while also repping an important issue. This statement embroidery highlights the issue of Airmiles - the smaller the produce, the further it has travelled to reach your plate. With its bold regimented layout, this is a great conversation starter for our grandparents' values and seasonal eating. This wonderfully versatile crop works for highwaisted jeans or even over a dress or skirt.
All Gung Ho garments come with a dinky minizine explaining the issue you are wearing, it's importance and what you can do to help. This means the next time someone compliments you on what you are wearing, you have more to say than just 'Thanks!'. Let's inspire and get people talking through design! We call this, wearing your heart on your sleeve - after all, we're more than just a pretty face and fashion should showcase your values too. 10% of Gung Ho's profits go back to a charity that works with that issue, in this case SeedsShare, a London-based non-profit working to provide organic and in-season seeds to farmers and home growers around the globe.
Size guide as XS=8, S=10, M=12, L=14, XL=16. Charlie May wears an S.
Material: 100% Organic Cotton
Washing Instructions: Versatile, machine wash at 30, hang dry. Iron if needed on the reverse.
Made in Bangladesh in a Fair Wear Certified Factory and embroidered in Oxford supporting small local businesses.
This product adheres to our Lone Design Club values, promoting and supporting ethical, sustainable and conscious fashion. Thank you for supporting independent designers.