A striking weave of dark green and light sage. The contrasting tones and distinctive pattern are the likeness of tropical calathea plants. A favorite genus among plant-parents, calathea are characterized by boldly marked leaves with eye-catching stripes and veining.
Thick yet airy, and ultra-soft. A super-high quality short sleeve tee that perfectly balances a premium, heavy weight with flow and breathability. Thin stripes are meticulously woven throughout the fabric for an elegant and elevated style.
• Silky smooth, breathable organic cotton
• Heavyweight 7oz (50% heavier than our jersey tees!)
• Micro-stripe jacquard knit
• Chest pocket
• Straight-hem bottom
• Relaxed, comfy. all-gender fit
How it's Better for the Planet
Fair Trade + Organic
Fair Trade Certified
This item was made in certified Fair Trade factories in India. Fair Trade Certified means the methods use to make this garment meet rigorous social, environmental, and economic standards. Workers in this factory earn higher than a living wage, are ensured safe working conditions, and factories are child labor free and sweatshop free.
Compared to conventional cotton.
100% Organic Cotton
We recommend machine washing with cold water and hanging to dry. Though this item will hold up well to warmer water and drying temperatures, a significant part of the climate impact in the life cycle of garments is washing and drying.
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Every Item Gives Back
Happy Earth is a social enterprise built around protecting our planet. With every item purchased, you choose to plant 15 trees, clean up 1lb of trash, or offset 150lbs GHG at checkout. Track your impact by opting in for free collectable Impact Pins!
From the farming of raw materials to the environmentally responsible manufacturing, our cotton maintains the highest of social and sustainable standards.
value the makers
Our factory partners are Fair Trade or WRAP certified. The tailors who cut and sew Happy Earth garments are paid fair wages, work reasonable hours, and are protected from discrimination. Every garment has a history, and we value our makers.