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Women Recycled Jeans Cotton Sweater Daria

€69,00 €59,00

Shipping by: 28/02/2023

Gabriela is 1.70 metres tall and wears an S

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The mixed blue cotton Daria sweater is made of yarns obtained by recycling old jeans. Daria is inspired by a menswear style but adapted to women silhouettes. The oversized fit makes for a comfortable and irresistible sweater.

  • 385 gr
  • T-dropped shoulder
  • Crew neck
  • Oversized fit

COMPOSITION: 80% recycled jeans, 15% natural cotton and 5% other fibres. What are other fibres? The yarns from hems and other trimmings in old recycled garments that cannot be traced.

WASHING CARE: The denim yarn of our sweaters behaves similarly to that of classic trousers. After a few wear , you can bring it back to the original form by washing it at 30 °. If you decide to wash it by hand, firstly make a light centrifuge to drain the water, then dry it in a natural way by lying it on a horizontal bord: this yarn is very subject to stretching due to the weight of water.

OVER: This garment has a particularly loose and generous fit. According to your preferences, consider choosing the size that corresponds to your measurements or a smaller one. Read our size chart for further information.

This garment is made locally by Lena and Bruno using denim yarns recycled in Prato.

The recycled yarns we use are certified.

Free standard shipping in 3-5 days for all orders over 150€ for EU countries. Size exchange and free returns within 60 days. For shipping times and costs see our table. You can choose Repack, the reusable packaging.

2 YEARS LOVE LASTS WARRANTY: All Rifò garments are handcrafted with passion, respecting high quality standards. If, during two years from the purchase, you ever find some manufacturing imperfection in Rifò products, we will repair them and return them to you as new. For more information visit this page

PRESALE

Shipping from: 28/02/2023

By pre-ordering our products we are able to offer a discount without overproduction.

For presales that are longer than 2 weeks, the closer you get to the shipping date, the more the discount applied will decrease,never going below 10%.

The presale ends one day before the date indicated.

If your order also includes one or more non-presale products that you would like to receive earlier, you can request two separate shipments. All instructions will be sent to you by email.


How it was made

This sweater is made from old denim fabrics transformed into a new yarn. Its composition is 80% recycled cotton, 15% virgin cotton and 5% other fibers. Rifò jeans sweaters are almost unique pieces and cover all shades of blue, because no further industrial dyes have been used to make it, and the colors come directly from the old pair of jeans.

Environmental impact

To make each Rifò denim garment we estimate that they have been recycled from two to five pairs of old jeans consuming only 80 liters of water, against the 3000 required by an identical virgin cotton garment. The result is a reduction of roughly 87% water consumption, 77% energy and 93% CO2.

Social impact

For every purchase on our online shop, we will donate 2€ to the social impact project Nei nostri panni, cenciaiolis to be, which aims to create a school for cenciaioli, the artisans of textile recycling. Every donation will support the training of young people coming from the local immigrant reception centres.

Who made it

Rifò sweaters are handcrafted by Lena and Bruno, the most beautiful couple in knitwear, in their little family workshop 12 km away from us.

Transparent prices

Why do we say our prices are fair 365 days a year?

Because we choose to produce in Italy, with valuable craftsmanship. Because we choose quality raw materials that are sustainable for the planet. Because we produce small quantities to limit waste, which makes it difficult for us to lower unit costs.

That's not all. Compared to our costs, we have a low profit margin. We don't intend to accumulate wealth, we rather reinvest in research, which allows us to create value and grow as a brand.

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