Love Unconditional (T-Shirt)


Rs. 1,600.00
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Country of Origin: India

Sold by: Suta Pvt. Ltd.

Bust : 48 Inches

Front Length: 28.5 Inches

Sleeve length : 7 Inches

Fabric: Recycled Cotton & Recycled Plastic

Wash Care:

1. Hand wash separately in cold water and salt 
2. Don't soak it in water for more than 5 minutes 
3. Medium iron

Sleeves : Half Sleeves

Disclaimer: The pictures are clicked in daylight. Color may vary slightly from the image due to the screen brightness

It was almost dinner time, and she was finishing up the day’s chores. She then ordered dinner for the family, and called her kids into the hall. As they were seated before the television, eating their takeout dinner, she suddenly lunged to the remote to change the channel – on the screen were two men gazing lovingly at each other. But even as she fumbled with the remote, on screen, the scene progressed – the men were now dancing intimately, while the kids looked on, ignoring her instructions to return to their rooms. Finally, she changed the channel. “What’s wrong with you? You should have left when I told you to!” “But why Ma? Don’t you and papa look at each other like that? Doesn’t papa hug you when you are sad? Isn’t all love, love? Don’t you always say that?” asked her son.

Let this statement tee-shirt remind that love is unconditional, no matter what. The tee features a stunning illustration, and the material is 100 per cent recycled, with 40 per cent being recycled from waste plastic bottles and 60 per cent from cotton textile waste.

These statement tee-shirts are made of 100 per cent recycled fabric – 40 per cent is recycled from waste plastic bottles and 60 per cent from cotton textile waste. The plastic bottles are shredded into chips, which are then melted to extract polyester. The pre-consumer textile waste from mills is repurposed by separating the cotton scraps by colour. The scraps are then converted into recycled cotton fibre. Both these fibres are fused together to create a fibre that’s 100 per cent recycled. The fibre is spun into yarn, which is then woven into fabric.

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