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Cycling Shorts or Bike Shorts from Bitz India are made from 100% organic cotton fabrics that are extremely soft, eco-friendly, breathable, stretchable and chemical free without any fertilizers or pesticides. Our cycling shorts come with a covered elastic band at/about the natural waist, and end up just around mid-thigh—that, of course, depends upon your leg length and height. Our bike shorts are great for layering under skirts and dresses, cycling, Yoga, working out in gyms and all forms of movement. They come with a slim cut, and make a great match with tees, dresses and several other accessories.Read More
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There have been quite a number of studies on how the microbiome of the skin and body odor is in contact with the clothing we wear. Sweat itself is odorless and sterile, but no sooner it interacts with our body’s bacteria which vary from one individual to another than it metabolizes into volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and gives off the foul smell. Thus the action of sweat on bacteria and odorous compounds interacts with our everyday wear.Read More
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A study by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) on environmental-friendly production clearly mentions that it isn’t the best option to dye the material fabric. Eco-logic mandates that lesser the number of the process the t-shirt is subject to, the more environmentally friendly it is. A t-shirt that is undyed does not go through the coloring process at all, and this means dyeing the undyed t-shirt leaves a larger footprint. Now, you might think that the colored shirt you’re wearing is made of only this stuff. Yes, you got it right.Read More
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The colors generally seen on t-shirts are synthetic dyes. But do you know that they are a derivative of petroleum products, particularly coal tar? The textile industry uses these dyes to a great extent these days. The chemicals that go into making these dyes are largely carcinogenic or even explosive often extremely toxic. Aniline, the chemical which forms the basis for a widely used form of dyes called ‘Azo dyes’ exhale carcinogenic amines that are hazardous to work with as they are quite flammable.Read More
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Who does not love to flaunt off in a snug, bright and flashy t-shirt? They are such easy on the go. People wear them while getting their hands dirty whether in a construction site, factory, garage or in the backyard. It’s a breeze to slip in a top, camisole or t-shirt, every night, before hitting the pillow.Read More
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Natural fibres are a vital cog in the wheel of sustainable clothing or eco-fashion that aim to make garments with each stage of lifecycle sustainable, starting right from production to disposal. Producers of natural fibres, textile manufacturers and the clothing industry should wake up to the opportunities offered by the ever-growing demand for wool and organic cotton, for biodegradable and recyclable fabrics, and that which promises ‘fair trade’ practises for manufacturers, with increased prices and enhanced safety of textile industry workers.Read More
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Let’s continue from where we left in the last blog. A question that pops up in everyone’s mind pertaining production of toxin-free garments is whether it’s economically viable for textile manufacturers to completely replace toxic additives with safer alternatives. Most experts agree that it’s definitely possible to do so, and, furthermore, add that it’s the need of the hour for a sustainable business.Read More
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Toxic clothes is no longer a myth. It is real and it is proving dangerous – tomorrow, if not today. It is estimated that garments worth $7 trillion is manufactured every year using a shocking 8000 synthetic chemicals. Now if that isn’t enough, our daily wear contains an alarming dose of toxins including brominated flame retardants, formaldehyde and perfluorinated chemicals (Teflon) that lend non-wrinkle and non-iron qualities, in addition to the spraying of insecticides as pest control on plants.Read More
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The United Nations, in view of the importance to ensure the improvement and preservation of the human environment, which has had a tremendous impact on the well being of peoples and economic progress all over the world, formally announced June 5 as ‘World Environment Day’. The objective of this declaration is to expand the basis for an informed opinion and accountability exercised by individuals, communities and enterprises in protecting and enhancing the environment and ecosystem. Ever since its inception in 1974, it has established itself as a global forum for public outreach with a wide presence in over 100 countries.Read More
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Camisoles are just isn’t perfect top for date night, or to layer them under blazers for work; we tend to conveniently forget them as warm weather essentials, and don’t consider them as “practical vacation essential” at all. Let’s give it a bit of twist when you’re on a vacation: replace the coat with a camisole; trade the dark skinny jeans for white ones and swap booties or pumps for sandals –there you’re, ready to go. There is a formula behind how camisole is worn on your own, and knowing it can only make things super-easy when the settings switch fast.Read More
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