Color: blue chambray
- blue stripes
- beige stripes
- blue chambray
- light blue
- 1-3 working days
India and Sri Lanka.
As a short-sleeved blouse, Nilay is a chic, summery companion. The sleek fit is characterized by refined details such as the rolled up sleeves, a box pleat, the asymmetry from the front to the back and a hidden button placket.
Made from 100% organic and Fairtrade Cotton this breathable Shirt is particularly comfortable to wear and is completely vegan.
Our Shirt is a collection item. Since we want to avoid overproduction, we initially produced this product in limited quantities. So order now to be sure to get your new favorite Shirt!
If you like this style, then it is meant for you. We believe that everyone can wear our Blouses & Shirts, regardless of gender stereotypes.
We suggest washing the Shirt NILAY on a delicate wash program at a temperature of 30° to prevent the garment from shrinking and to keep it looking good. If you wash at lower temperatures and air dry your laundry, you not only save money but you also reduce your ecological footprint by saving energy.
MELA Clothing is triple certified according to Fairtrade Cotton, Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) and the Green Button. In our opinion, the social and ecological aspects of these standards complement each other perfectly, so that we can speak of holistically sustainable textiles with a clear conscience.
Do you have any other questions? You can find more information on the sustainability page of our website, in our podcast, and in our FAQs.
Our Blouses & Shirts are made by our producer in India.
With all our production facilities, the focus is on transparent, friendly and equal cooperation.
We do not only pay attention to a fair and healthy working environment at the final stage of production, but along the entire supply chain: From the cotton to the finished product, we can trace all ingredients and guarantee compliance with social and ecological standards.
All our production steps take place in the countries where the raw materials have their origin. This helps to maximize local value and to shorten transportation routes.