Eco certified hoodie – Eme
Eco certified hoodie – Eme is made of single jersey cotton. Not far from where it is produced the cotton is growing. The certification makes sure that the social and environmental aspects are being followed. All B-LIGHT fabrics are also Fair Trade certified.
True colors of Eme – Red ochre, midnight navy blue and black
- Red ochre
- Midnight navy blue
Fits very well with many of our organic leggings. Have a look -->
What size fits you best?
This certified organic hoodie Eme is normal fit.
Our model Anna is 174 cm tall. Her bust is large in size. On the images she wears size medium.
What is single jersey cotton really?
This is what Wikipedia tells us about single jersey fabric:
Jersey is a knit fabric used predominantly for clothing manufacture. It was originally made of wool, but is now made of wool and cotton. Since medieval times, Jersey, Channel Islands, where the material was first produced, had been an important exporter of knitted goods and the fabric in wool from Jersey became well known. The fabric can be a very stretchy single knitting, usually light-weight, jersey with one flat side and one piled side. When made with a lightweight yarn, this is the fabric most often used to make T-shirts
Washing and caring
Single jersey cotton is easy to wash. Wash your certified hoodie like this:
- 30-40 degrees. 60 degrees if necessary.
- Avoud tumbledrying. Its just a waist of energy and worn out the garment faster.
- Iron on medium temperature.
- Wash only with similar colors
B-LIGHT is a company you can trust
What do we mean by trust? A company just want to make money right? No, no, no and a little bit yes. We as a company would not survive if we didnt earn any money. But thats not the point with B-LIGHT. We want to make money in a good way. The good way means for us that nature and everyone involved should not be affected negatively by our business. Therefore we only use certified clothes. That sets the basics of our company. We also climate compensates for the transportation from India to Sweden. We will always be in a leading position regarding the development of new, nature-friendly ways of producing clothes. This is just the beginning.