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Anybody out here who felt shopping for kids apparel is any easy? Actually, we fail to look beyond design, colours and stash them up against price while purchasing it, but we overlook something which is as important as caring for your kid’s health fabric material. Here are the answers to some of the questions that you’d have when buying organic clothes or inner wear for kids.Read More
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According to a new report, cotton is notorious as a thirsty crop. Growing cotton makes up 69 percent of the water footprint of textile fabric production. Sample this: to produce 1kg of cotton it consumes as much as 10,000 -20,000 liters of waterRead More
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Consumers have already started to think about the impact of traditional cotton on our environment. It takes about 314 litres of water to make a regular cotton T-shirt and that is roughly 12% of the actual figure of 2700 litres consumption of water, according to the latest report.Read More
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The other side of aesthetic and trendy fashion is real comfort in everyday clothes. When it comes to organic cotton wear, fashion and comfort are two sides of the same coin. Parents nowadays are looking to buy durable kids wear that are really light and soft on your little one’s skin.Read More
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Nothing drives as much as everyday fashion. There’s no dearth of fabrics available on the marketplace some of them are recycled or sustainable, while others are synthetic due to high performance characteristics and low cost in the market.Read More
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The previous blog covered just one aspect of comparison between organic and conventional cotton types viz. water consumption. There are more factors to be dealt with including climate change, working conditions, etc.Read More
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Not many knew that what they actually wear is sourced from a farm that’s located some thousands of miles away. Almost 50% of the clothes sold in the marketplace are manufactured of cotton, cultivated by millions of cotton farmers all over the world. No less than 29 million tonnes of cotton are produced every year which is spun into 29 T-shirts per individual on earth.Read More
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A recent research that compared the social and environment impacts of various types of cotton production has conclusively reported that production of organic cotton has 50% less impact on global climate change than conventional cotton, which is good news. The report is based on three cotton production methods including organic, conventional and Better Cotton Initiative (BCI).Read More
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The previous blog covered how plastic textiles for sports, gym and activewear could prove detrimental to the natural environment. Let’s continue further why plastic wear should be avoided in the first place.Read More
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Do you know that your polyester sports and gym-wear has detrimental effects to the environment around? With every wash, small plastic fibers leave off your polyester garment, and mix eventually with the oceans. This is consumed by the marine life, and eventually has humans as the last chain in the consumption cycle. Remember these clothes may lead to a healthy lifestyle, but they aren’t suitable at all for the environment.Read More
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