Bundle product description
$24.00 – $35.00
Bundle product description
Absolutely, we do! We have also worked out great deals with different courier companies to ensure the best delivery time and condition of our beloved products.
For example, we use USPS within the USA for fast 3-5 day, tracked and reliable shipping.
Our products ship in a protective paper mailing bag. We are plastic-free.
Given the sustainable nature of our business, all products are made to order in record time, there is no waste. If you cancel your order within 12 hours after your purchase we will refund you the money in full, no questions asked. However, we cannot offer you a refund or exchange after that unless we made a mistake with your order.
If we make a mistake (we sent you the wrong size, the item is damaged, etc.) we will send you a new order completely on us with some extra love. There is no need for trips to the post office or unnecessary waiting, just let us know and we’ll make it right. We are really committed to excellence, when we make a mistake, we own it, so you can buy from us confidently knowing that we will always do you right, it’s part of our values.
You can learn more in our T&C page.
Given the sustainable nature of our business, all products are made to order in record time, there is no waste. Please allow 3-5 business days for orders to be processed and shipped after your purchase is complete.
After our processing time, here are our shipping time frames:
Shipping prices are calculated during checkout and they vary depending on the product, weight, dimensions, amount and destination. You’ll see the shipping costs once you enter you address at checkout or in the cart page.
Here are the shipping costs for 1 shirt based on destination:
We offer free tracked shipping to the USA.
If you live outside of the USA, we do offer tracked shipping at an extra cost.
Please make sure you contact us requesting tracked shipping before you place your order.
Organic cotton is better for the producers and the ecosystem in which it is produced. Instead of more toxic pesticides and fertilizers, co-planting and insect traps are used along with the special ingredient – cow poo. It encourages biodiversity and leads to the extra soft feel of our products.
Less inputs also means less water, but even organic cotton is still a thirsty crop. So where you grow it matters. The fields that grow the organic cotton for our products are in Bangladesh, where the monsoons fill reservoirs that supply almost all the water needed.
Organic cotton looks like a little bit of cotton wool bursting from a dry flower. The petals and seeds need to be removed before it can be spun. Harvested organic cotton is taken to ginning plants. From there the raw material is separated out into the useful fibers which are sent to be spun. The waste seeds are pressed into cakes which is sold for organic cow feed. Vegetable oil is squeezed out last for use in food products. Every part of the plant is used.
Cotton farmers get a price for their cotton which is guaranteed by the regional government. Great quality batches get higher prices as ginners compete for the best results.
At Piccardilla, we want to change your perception of the textile industry. We believe in respect: respect for your skin with soft materials; respect for the men and women who make your clothes with dignified working conditions; and respect for the world that we live in by limiting our impact on the environment.
Wastewater from dyehouse effluent is a major source of pollution in the clothing industry. Where Piccardilla products are dyed, the water is recovered, cleaned and recirculated. After settling and skimming the water is filtered using reverse osmosis and distillation. This is basically sucking up water through really fine sand over and over, then boiling it.
Salt is added back in so that the dye adheres and all the residue left over is dried out and used for road markings. About 95% of the water is recirculated and recovered.
At the end, the water coming out of the filters and going back round to be reused again is crystal clear, literally clean enough to drink. Once it has been cleaned it is then used at the input for the next batch. It is a closed loop system.
Our products are made in a factory where the spinning, dye, weaving, cut and sew are integrated. Vertical integration leads to cost savings which can be reinvested in the facilities. This means that the environment is clean, light, modern and positive.
Our reputation for consistent quality is a large part down to 21st century manufacturing principles at this stage and the fact that people and product don’t travel along a complex supply chain.
That also makes it easier to ensure compliance, and this factory is audited for a wide range of social and sustainability criteria. The plant is powered by renewable energy.
We develop technology at our factory to improve all aspects of apparel printing. This includes working on water-based inks, software, machinery and automation technologies. It enables us to make products in real time. At the factory, products are only made after they have been ordered – there is no waste.
The efficiency and productivity gains from tech balances the cost of more sustainable materials. Tech is how all this is made affordable.
By 2050 there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. This is bad and we want to make a responsible change. Plastic is everywhere and it’s killing our planet. Instead of plastic packaging, we use a rip and splash-proof mailer bag made out of paper. Big orders come in cardboard boxes, with paper-based tape.