Optimistic Organic T-shirt
Optimistic Organic T-shirt
Optimistic Organic T-shirt

Optimistic Organic T-shirt

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This Optimistic Organic T-shirt from Birdsong is made from 100% organic cotton. Created in India and embroidered in London and featuring the word 'Optimistic' in colourful embroidery, it is also certified by the Carbon Trust. Made using low-impact organic farming and renewable energy for 90% reduced CO2. This tee is Unisex, so come up a little large. We recommend going a size down from your usual unless you'd like a loose fit.


  • Organic production protects land & waterways from synthetic chemicals, encouraging biodiversity
  • Organic production often consumes a fraction of the water vs. conventional methods


  • This item protects animal rights - it does not use any materials sourced from animals
  • It is made exclusively from plant-based textiles and/ or man-made materials (no fur, leather, wool, feathers, or silk)


  • This item is either produced in small quantities (max. 50 units per style) or is made to order
  • Small scale production minimises unused inventory and reduces waste


  • This item promotes the use of renewable resources - it is made from natural, non-synthetic fibres
  • They’re less toxic & energy-intensive vs. those derived from fossil fuels like polyester


  • This brand supports community empowerment and economic development. They are involved in positive initiatives e.g living wages, education programs, vocational training, charitable donations


  • This item ensures supply chain accountability and transparency - it has been independently audited for ethical and/ or environmental standards
  • Each certification has its own criteria (see item description or email us for more info)


  • This item uses low impact production techniques which can include natural or non-toxic dyes, vegetable-tanned leather or green technology

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