These shirts are supplied to us by Where does it Come From (WDICF). WDICF Organic Shirts are created using 100% hand spun, handwoven organic cotton, a fabric known as khadi. Each shirt is tailored by hand and is soft and stylish. The shirts come with wooden buttons and a chest pocket– plus you can choose from long or short sleeves. The design is classic and comfortable – suitable for work and leisure.
Hand woven fabrics are naturally more breathable so you will find them cooler in summer and warmer in winter – a perfect year-round wardrobe staple.
The shirts are eco-friendly – You can explore the traditional production methods such as hand spinning and hand weaving which are much kinder to the environment. WDICF’s dyeing process uses a fifth of the water normally required and the hand spinning and hand weaving are virtually carbon free.
The shirts are ethical – the fabrics are created by co-operatives which are run according to the principles set down by Mahatma Gandhi as part of his vision to empower rural people in India. WDICF also works with artisan groups and social enterprises in the dyeing, printing and tailoring of our shirts.
You can explore how your organic shirt was made and who was involved – each one has a code on the label that unlocks its garment story.