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Red Caribou

Close to the Stars Kimono Top + Pant Set, Dark Blue

  • $ 60.00
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Comfortable and super soft interlock fabric kimono top and pants set, with elastic waistband and a tiny back pocket. You will never go wrong with these ones.

Composition:
100% organic Pima cotton - Double knit Interlock fabric
Pre-shrunk with eco-responsible laundry process (Low energy and water consumption).

Made in Peru

Care: Machine wash cold // Air dry or tumble dry low // Do not bleach // Do not dry clean

The interlock fabric is similar to a jersey knit, except both the front and back of the fabric look identical. Double knit construction makes this a thicker knit fabric. Interlock is the tightest knit, giving the smoothest surface and the most delicate hand. The fabric is incredibly soft, firm and absorbent.

Organic Peruvian Pima cotton is considered one of the finest and most appreciated types of cotton in the world. It is cultivated free of pesticides, herbicides and synthetic chemical fertilizers in the northern coastal valleys of Peru. It is carefully harvested by hand, produced and spun without toxic chemicals. Due to its unique natural properties, it is incredibly soft, durable, absorbent, and hypoallergenic. ABOUT Red Caribou

Red Caribou was born in 2014 with the idea of creating a sustainable clothing brand that could tell meaningful stories though each collection; inspired by animals and nature, creating characters and adventures where the little ones can be the stars. 

All Red Caribou patterns and prints are hand drawn, digitally processed and  screen-printed with nontoxic water-based permanent inks. Red Caribou handles all the manufacturing process themselves, to ensure the environmental, social and labor impact.  Red Caribou is made of 100% GOTS certified Peruvian Pima cotton.

Peruvian Pima is the finest and most appreciated type of cotton in the world. Its silky luster and extreme softness is the result of ideal growing conditions in the northern coastal valleys of Peru, where it is cultivated and harvested by hand, which is more environmentally sound and better for the cotton itself.