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Is there any natural fibre that makes athletic wear breathable and functional but offers the same performance like synthetics? That is to say that there has been no compromise of the day-to-day performance of the material. Did we mention organic cotton? Yes, you heard it right. The challenge also lies in making athletic clothes moisture wicking and water resistant—organic cotton delivers on all these fronts to nicety.Read More
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We umm and ah over the food we eat, in fact we are so hyperconscious of where it comes from. But do we ever bother to care about what we wear? Hmmm...it could be polyester made in sweat shops. It is interesting that we never think beyond where a particular cotton outfit brand or company is located. Easily, ‘the where’ triumphs over ‘the what’ here.Read More
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There’s a silent storm brewing in the global apparel industry organic cotton wear. Yes, you’ve heard it right. Organic fibres has hit the Indian market, particularly urban India, by storm as apparel manufacturers have started switching to organic fibres following an increase in consumer demand. The US and Europe are the biggest consumer markets of organic garments for Indian textiles.Read More
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Fast-fashion clothes are killing farmers worldwide and they directly lead to the damage of the environment and depletion of the natural ecosystem, as tons of inferior knocks-offs that barely use organic fibres are churned out year after year. Genetically modified cotton and other seeds are sprayed with tons and tons of chemicals and utilize more water for higher yields.Read More
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As the world speaks more of the ‘Amazon rainforest fire’ in Brazil, the more we see the clouds of environment preservation talks gathering above us. The shift is clearly towards adopting more sustainable and healthier products, and babies, toddlers and kids are never to be left behind!Read More
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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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