Maya Fair Trade Shirt Oversized White Linen
|Measure your size:|
We recommend a visit to a jeweler to get an accurate ring sizing. But if you can not make it to our store you can try sizing your finger this way.
|Buy a handy reusable ring sizer here:
This is indeed a very handy ring sizer to use at home. We now have it in millimeter sizing.
|Measure the size of a ring:|
|We recommend a visit to a jeweler to get an accurate ring sizing. But if you can not make it to our store you can try sizing your finger this way.
This is quite hard to get exact measurements of. But we can almost always change rings to the right size. Just get in touch with us, we love to help!
Measure the inner diameter of one of your rings with a ruler.
Ring Size Conversion Chart
Wild & Arrow Jewelry
JEWELRY INFOWild & Arrow jewelry is made in our studio at Södermalm in Stockholm, sometimes with the help of our casting partner.
We love to use solid silver / brass / bronze in Wild & Arrow pieces; recycled as much as possible or repurposed vintage. Your jewelry is made to be beautiful for years to come. The solid metal in our jewelry is recyclable.
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The Maya Shirt has a shirt collar, buttoned up front with imitation shell buttons, drop shoulders, wide bracelet sleeves with turned up cuffs and two large front pockets. The dropped back yoke with twin needle detailing adds to the shape and style of this easy to wear shirt. Made in our soft to touch linen/cotton blend the Maya Shirt is also available in a supple indigo denim.
- Soft linen blend
- 30% Linen 70% Cotton
- Fair Trade
Machine wash 30°C
Made in India.
Bibico is currently working with two women's cooperatives that are fair trade certified by the WFTO. The cooperatives provide women with training, education and work, empowering them to move themselves and their children forward and out of the world of poverty.
Snow had been designing for major high st clothing brands for over 10 years and had become disillusioned by the industry. It was time for a change.
In a farmhouse in Menorca she and her husband Tim made a decision to create their own clothing company. A company with a slower “back to basics” approach to fashion focused on creating clothes that were timeless and well made and rejecting the idea of fast fashion.
We committed ourselves to working with producers we knew well and that looked after the people who worked for them.