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Leo Shirt Organic Cotton - Blossom

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Also available in Olive

Made from wild organic cotton and naturally dyed

The Leo Shirt is our off-duty business shirt featuring a dreamy button up front with button-up wrist cuffs that can be left open for a relaxed flare look. Wear it buttoned up for a more sophisticated look or tied up for a vacation-ready look.

Model also wears the Azalia Skirt
Model Measurements

Model wearing the Natural color wears a size S 
Height is 5'8in/173cm
Bust is 32.5in/83cm
Waist is 24in/61cm
Hips 36.5in/93cm

Model wearing the Olive color wears a size XS
Height 5'8in/173cm 
Bust 30in/78cm
Hips 32in/82cm

Runs true to size. If you prefer oversized, we suggest you size up.

Size Guide

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Please Note: Color tones may vary slightly on each piece as it is hand-dyed & naturally dyed adding to its uniqueness. If you are planning on buying a "matching set" in the olive color, we recommend buying it together. That way we can match the color tones. We can not guarantee if bought at different times that the color tones will match perfectly.

Why is organic cotton important?

Savannah Morrow The Label is proud to work with wild organic cotton, grown with no GMOs, fertilizers, pesticides, or insecticides, and is 100% biodegradable.

Did you know, modern cotton farming accounts for 25% of the world's use of insecticides? These chemicals are extremely harmful to the earth's environment, people, and wildlife. Read more about the Savannah Morrow The Label materials here 

Why choose natural over synthetic dyes?

The Leo Shirt is naturally colored with plant-based dyes made from tree bark and leaves that are grown on sustainable farms, owned by the zero-waste factory creating the dyes.

By choosing naturally dyed products, you are choosing to consciously make a difference in the world we share. Most fashion garments are chemically dyed, causing a huge pollution problem for our home, the earth, plus it is the no.1 polluter of clean water (after agriculture). Read more about the Savannah Morrow The Label factories and dying process here