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Alba Tree-Shirt Short Sleeve  *pre-order
Alba Tree-Shirt Short Sleeve  *pre-order
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Alba Tree-Shirt Short Sleeve *pre-order

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Alba of Denmark
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Alba short sleeve shirt with puffy sleeves and tree design on the front. Comes in two colours Blueberry and Cherry Blossom.Inspiration for the print comes from St. Kitts and Nevis the islands’ oldest tree, a 400-year-old baobab tree.

*Please note this collection is currently being ethically manufactured in India, this is a pre-order and collection will be sent out first week of August. Vara Barn will donate all profit from this tree-shirt to the CTPP(The Caribbean Tree Planting Project).

Fabric: Made from 100% Organic Cotton and leftover fabrics (No Waste), Oeko-Tex & Nordic Swan Certified.

For best care: Machine wash on cool and hang dry to maintain those colours and avoid shrinkage.

For more information on sizing click here.

 

By purchasing this tree-shirt you're contributing to the Caribbean Tree Planting Project. Alba  got together with Caribbean Philanthropic Alliance, an organization operating in regions of the Caribbean vulnerable to climate change, to help raise funds to fight the effects of hurricanes, earthquakes, flooding, raising sea levels, economic and social issues… One of the organization’s largest mission was planting one million trees in 21 Caribbean countries between 2020 and 2021 with its Caribbean Tree Planting Project. 

By choosing the 400-year old baobab tree this gigantic and well-respected tree as the print for this special collection, Alba of Denmark aim to spread the message of unity and raise awareness around the importance of tree planting, not just in the Caribbean but all around the world.

Read more about the project here.