- slightly waisted t-shirt
- color: Fiery Red
- fabric thickness 120g/m²
- crew neck
- 100 % bio cotton
- fair production in Portugal
ORGANIC - Made in Portugal
We care a great deal about quality. Thus, our shirts are made from finest materials. This means that you can still enjoy your Lexi&Bö shirt years from now. Learn more about our sustainable and fair production
- Order number: LB102006051FR-XS
Our Lexi&Bö "Nautical Octopus" T-shirt for women convinces not only by the radiant fiery red fabric made of 100% organic cotton, but is also a real eye-catcher because of the cool octopus motif. The big octopus in the nautical diving helmet is unique and adds variety to your wardrobe. The high-quality DTG imprint consists of an environmentally friendly water-based color and radiates even after repeated washing. The shirt is super-comfortable due to its chemical-free production and lets your skin breathe. Its short sleeves and slightly tailored cut also contribute to the comfort. The style is the perfect complement to jeans, shorts and casual sneakers.
All our shirts have double-stitched seams. In that way, we guarantee the stability of form and size even after repeated washing. The shirts are made of 100 % organic cotton. Our women shirts have a fabric thickness of 120g/m². We exclusively use high-quality yarns from the company Otto Garne in Germany. The single fibres of these yarns are particularly long and very stable. In that way, it is easier to produce the shirts but without losing quality. A soft tape in the neck ensures that the seam doesn't itch.
Laundry instructions: For longliving shirts: Our shirts love to be washed inside out at 30° C. Do also iron from the inside – do not iron the print. Do not bleach.
Fair and sustainable
The production of our shirts meet the strict criteria of the Global Organic Textile Standard. We exclusively use organic cotton which is why our shirts are particularly skin-friendly and anti-allergic (chemial additives and pesticides are forbidden). A special watercolour based printing technique does not only ensure long-lasting colours but – due to the renunciation of toxic chemicals – is also eco-friendly.