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Zoalie dress with 3/4 sleeves in Japanese print
Perfect for all occasions, the Zoalie Wallet dress, it marks the waist and flatters all silhouettes.
size from XXS to 3XL
Top 100% viscose, wallet collar, straight midir seam, runner sleeves.
Oeko Tex print, French made. Made of cotton yarn, without synthetic fibre. Skirt length from waist up: 74 cm (S).
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100% VISCOSE DRESS
Cleaning at 30°C inside out, preferably with a gentle program with low spin to avoid creases. No bleaching. No tumble dryer as it may shrink the material, air drying is recommended. Iron over low heat 1 point (110°), iron damp, use a damp cloth. No dry cleaning. For stains, use "Vanish" bar or similar".
To keep your Viscose piece looking its best, wash it with a delicate soap in a net to prevent it from getting damaged.
Not harmful to the skin
Certified skin-friendly Ökotex printing
Viscose is soft and pleasant to wear
Viscose is breathable and allows moisture to pass through
Viscose absorbs perspiration and keeps your skin dry
Viscose is very fluid but can wrinkle depending on its structure or weight.
Top made of 100% linen
Wahsing inside out at 30°C recommended. No bleaching. No tumble dryer. The knit fabric shrinks during washing, simply iron it with a steam blow to make it smooth. Flat drying is recommended.
Linen is soft to the touch and pleasant to wear
Linen is also a very resistant material, you can enjoy your garment for a long time.
The natural antifungal properties of flax prevent odours.
(cool in summer, warm in winter).
The seams are sewn with cotton yarn, this top is therefore completely biodegradable and compostable.
Linen is very resistant but sensitive! In order to enjoy your garment for a long time, we recommend that you treat and wash your top with care. To preserve its natural shine, we recommend washing it with a natural detergent.
Did you know this ? The premature wearing out of your garment is mainly caused by over frequent, sometimes unnecessary washing with over high temperatures.
Reduction of pollution
Viscose fabric means that no synthetic materials based on mineral oil are used, which are extremely harmful to the environment. Viscose degrades easily and therefore does not pollute soil or oceans.
Viscose is biodegradable, cotton seams do not leave any "micro plastic" in nature. For this reason we do not use synthetic fibre (polyester) iron-on tape to reinforce collars, wrists bands etc.
Local supply with a positive CO2 balance.
Our pre-order system limits stocks and therefore waste throughout the manufacturing process.
Our sustainable engagements through our choice of manufacturing and materials.
Réduction de la pollution
No pesticides, little water, and dry transformation, solvent free.
Compostable and therefore Recyclable
This Top is made of linen with cotton thread seams. It is biodegradable and compostable, with no polyester labels.
Local supply with a positive CO2 balance.
Everything starts avec the raw material Tencel Lyocell Refibra TM, made by Lenzing, our supplier of Tencel Lyocell in Austria :
This is THE ultimate ecological and sustainable material! Lenzing has developed a revolutionary technology based on the manufacture, in closed circuit, of a "virtuous" yarn. It is made of wood pulp extracted from sustainable certified forests, and of cotton waste, which comes from the production of clothing.
Recycled - Cradle to Cradle
Our trousers are fully compliant with the circular economy as they are partly made of recycled materials. All TENCEL ™ Standard Lyocell fibre types are derived from nature and are certified as biodegradable and compostable under industrial, domestic, soil and marine conditions, allowing them to return fully to nature.
Forests that are managed sustainably do not require irrigation, and the fiber is produced in a closed cycle that recovers water and 99.6% chemicals.
Derived from nature, all TENCEL™ standard Lyocell fiber types have been certified as biodegradable and compostable under industrial, home, soil and marine conditions, thus they can fully revert back to nature.
Made in France
The fabric is sourced in Europe
The prototype in the photo was produced by us, production takes place in a production unit in Bordeaux.
But where do the raw materials come from?
We have viscose suppliers from Germany. We shop in our neighbor countries in order to offer you the best quality that can be found in our area.
Knitting: The fabric is knitted in Pau (France).
Production: Made in Atelier Lepère, our partner near Bordeaux.
But where do the raw materials come from? Linnen does grow in northern France and the raw material is from a French manufacturer.