Our Cord UPCYCLING SHIRT is made from recycled and renewable materials, from the fabric to the labels to the buttons, which are also made from recycled materials.
In addition, with the UPCYCLING SHIRT we completely do without plastic in the packaging and on the product.
In addition to cotton, we only use sustainably produced yarns for the WE CARE collection, which are made from the cellulose fiber Lyocell.
Lyocell is made from eucalyptus wood from sustainable forestry. In this way, a particularly resource-saving production is possible, and the shirt is completely biodegradable!
100% CO2 neutrality is achieved through compensation.
This upcycling shirt consists of:
- 30% Lyocell made from sustainable eucalyptus wood
- 70% cotton
- 0% plastic
- 0% CO2
This fashionable fine cord shirt in REGULAR FIT is made with a fashionable shark collar and will certainly enrich your wardrobe.
The shortened body length and the round hem make it possible to wear it outside of the waistband.
Wearing this leisure shirt (without a breast pocket) is definitely not just a visual pleasure - feel the perfection of the comfortable, easy-iron cord fabric and convince yourself of the first-class feel of this shirt.
Order this trendy long-sleeved shirt today, because with this UPCYCLING SHIRT we are offering a sustainable casual shirt that combines a casual style with a clear conscience in a contemporary way.
- Sleeve Length
- Normal (25.5 inches)
- Breast Pocket
- without breast pocket
- REGULAR FIT
- Material quality
- combi cuff
- Shark Collar
- EASY IRON
- 70% cotton, 30% lyocell
40 dgr. Gentle wash cycle
do not dry clean
iron with medium
do not dry clean
TOTAL TRANSPARENCY FOR A CLEAR CONSCIENCE.
OUR VALUES – OUR CONVICTIONS
Sustainability is not merely a fashionable topic at ETERNA, but a mission statement that it has practised for decades. The MADE IN GREEN label by OEKO-TEX® is a guarantee of our consideration and respect for nature and people.
To ensure complete transparency, we have also been disclosing our entire value chain since 2015.