An elegant bralette with strappy open back gives you full range of motion and good support.
Perfect for your medium intensity studio sessions.
OPTIMAL EXTRA COVERAGE
SOFT AND BREATHABLE LINING FABRIC
WITH REMOVABLE CUPS
FABRICS & COMPONENTS
Made consciously in our partners’ certified workshops.
Made with our signature LucyLux recycled polyester and elastane interlock fabric.
NO CHEMICAL TREATMENTS
Our partner factories use advanced and highly automated digital printing machines able to print high resolution pictures using less water and chemicals than traditional printing techniques. We also make sure that the inks used are non-toxic and safe for the skin.
MAKING THIS PRODUCT
13 550ml water bottles were diverted from landfill
0.85 kg of CO2 were not emitted
1.25 lt of water were saved
Next to zero material waste was discarded
SIZE & FIT
Middle chest length
Free to move
Modeled in size S
FABRIC & CARE
Main material: 82% certified recycled polyester / 18% elastane
Lining: 100% polyester
To extend the life of your garment and care for the environment please follow these instructions:
Wash inside out. Machine wash cold with like colours. Do not tuble dry. Line dry in shade. Do not iron. Do not dry clean.
ABOUT THE PRINT
CREATURE NAME: Chrysaora fuscescens or Pacific sea nettle
NATURAL HABITAT: Northerns and Eastern Pacific Ocean.
DIMENSIONS: This one is young but they are 50-70 cm tall with 8-10 cm dome diameter.
CURIOUS FACTS: Some jellies commute 3,600 feet (1,097 m) up and down in the water daily. Try that without a submarine!
MORE: In recent years, C. fuscescens has become overly abundant off the coast of Oregon, which is thought to be an indicator of climate change. However, others suspect that the population is increasing because of human influences to coastal regions. It feeds on a wide variety of zooplankton, crustaceans, salps, pelagic snails, small fish as well as their eggs and larvae, and other jellyfish.
LEAVE NO TRACE BEHIND
Each Different Kind item is built to last, but if its life has come to an end, you can learn about our send me back repair program and let us try repairing it, or follow these simple instructions for disposal:
1. You can put the black buckles in the plastic recycling as they are made of recycled PET.
2. Buttons and stoppers can be put in the soil, or disposed of in the compost bin, since they are made of bioplastics that are compostable and biodegradable even in the ocean.
3. Dispose of the zippers in the organic waste.
SEND ME BACK
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and send us
1. subject: REPAIR
2. add a picture of the garment
3. explain the fault
We will assess your requests on a case by case basis and if we think we can help repair your item we will get back to you with an address to send it back to us.