5-2019 Turtleneck Top Elia Black

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2019 Turtleneck Top Elia Black ‘YOUR MAJESTY V-LINE’

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DETAILS & FIT            

Turtleneck Top Elia Black is the essential for any wardrobe top. It is made from a qualified elastic viscose with a discreet “gold-like” yarn detail at the end of the rib sleeve. It has the statement rib turtleneck and it is ideal to pair it with jeans, loose silk and shiny pants, as also leggings and eco-leather skirts. With a very luxurious touch next to your skin, it is also ideal with jogging pants and velvet leisurewear. Pair it ideally with our Caron Jogging pant_2017 and Edgar Coatigan_2004 for an all day ACTIVEWEAR unconventional look!

FABRIC & CARE                                                           

  • Composition: 70% high quality natural viscose, 30% polyester
  • Designed and Manufactured in Greece

SIZE GUIDE

ITEM MEASUREMENTS

  • Elastic Fit.

(See body measurements for the size matching).

  • *Model is 178 cm and wears a size S

Available in sizes:

-S

-M

-L

BODY MEASUREMENTS

-Please take in mind that all Pepper Vally items are knitted and have a “flexible” fit structure, based on loops, met in knitting technology, so some measurements may vary from given in an acceptable frame.

Turtleneck Top Elia Black

COLLECTION FEATURES

-The technique of knitting fine gauge flat-technology garments ensures minimum waste fabric. Use of only certified yarns with sustainable oriented spinning processes ensures less polluting development in methods and materials.

What Is Viscose?

Viscose is a regenerated cellulosic fiber made most commonly from wood pulp, as it has a similar drape and smooth feel to the luxury material.

It is not a synthetic fiber made from petroleum. The cellulose is broken down, and then “regenerated” into a fiber. Viscose was first produced in 1883 as a cheaper, artificial silk.

How Is Viscose Made?

Viscose is made from tree wood pulp, like beech, pine, and eucalyptus, but can also be made from bamboo. Viscose is semi-synthetic due to the many chemicals involved in the viscose process, like sodium hydroxide and carbon disulfide.

What Are the Characteristics of Viscose?

Viscose is a great option if you’re looking for a lightweight material with a nice drape, a lustrous finish, and a soft feel. It is relatively inexpensive and can convey luxury for a much lower price point.

  • Absorbent. Viscose rayon does not trap heat, but it also absorbs water and sweat nicely, making it great for t-shirts and athletic wear.
  • Lightweight. Viscose is extremely airy, which makes it nice for blouses and summer dresses.
  • Breathable. It’s a very light fabric that doesn’t stick to the body, so it’s optimal for warm weather clothing.
  • Soft. While the material looks like silk, it feels like cotton.
  • Maintains Shape. The fabric is not elastic but can be blended with other textiles, such as spandex, to add stretch.
  • Dye fast. Viscose can hold dye without fading, even after long-term use and washes.

How To Care Viscose?

Viscose clothing needs to be dry cleaned, and sometimes spot treatments can lead to permanent stains. It can stretch and becomes much weaker when wet. In our blend with elastic polyester, it can be washed in cold water in the domestic washing machine in the “hand” program with less possible cycles. Do not wring or squeeze the item so as not to stretch it. Rinse and shake out the water and hang it or lay it flat to dry. Try to use only steam when ironing, in order not to leave temporary signs.

Environmental Considerations in Viscose Fabric Production

Viscose is biodegradable and made from a renewable resource, however, though the environmental impact of producing viscose is still high. When considering sustainability, viscose is not an environmentally friendly option, due to water waste in the production process, saturation of chemicals, and destruction of local ecosystems.

Is it any difference between simple viscose and certified Oeko Tex 100 Standard viscose?

Yes. What does the Oeko Tex Standard 100 mean?

If a textile article carries the STANDARD 100 label, you can be certain that this article has been tested for harmful substances and therefore is harmless for human health. The test is conducted by independent OEKO-TEX® partner institutes on the basis of the extensive OEKO-TEX® criteria catalog. In the test they take into account numerous regulated and non-regulated substances, which may be harmful to human health. In many cases the limit values for the STANDARD 100 go beyond national and international requirements. The criteria catalog is updated at least once a year and expanded with new scientific knowledge or statutory requirements. It is not easy for manufacturers and customers to keep an overview of the legal situation concerning harmful substances every day. The experts from the OEKO-TEX® institutes do this for you.

What we do in Pepper Vally? /Turtleneck Top Elia Black/

Pepper Vally uses exclusively certified with Oeko Tex Standard 100 yarns.  We make a significant effort to find the best viable solution to combine mainly natural yarns, sustainable manufacturing processes with circular orientation in the textile creation and easy to buy and care products for keeping the eco-luxury features of “Your Majesty” collection. We try to put also design and crafted details high in order to make desirable items for you, although manufacturers take” command” from each one of you, meaning the market need.  So as long as you choose to buy wisely, by researching your information channel, by asking the manufacturers who made your clothes and what is this material or/and certification used, you contribute to new sustainable and transparent paths in textiles and fashion to have at the end a natural, sustainable, fair but still AFFORDABLE for you garment.

 

Hey detectives! Find out more information about the above in trustful websites:

https://www.oeko-tex.com/en/our-standards/standard-100-by-oeko-tex

https://www.masterclass.com/articles/fabric-guide-what-is-viscose-understanding-viscose-fabric-and-how-viscose-is-made#what-is-the-difference-between-viscose-and-polyester

https://www.fashionrevolution.org/tag/who-made-my-clothes/

https://www.eea.europa.eu/themes/waste/resource-efficiency/textiles-in-europe-s-circular-economy

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