In this section you will find everything related to your garment such as its care, origin, among other aspects.

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Remember that your garment has a guarantee and can be repaired as long as it complies with what is stipulated in our terms and conditions.

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If you require information that is not present in this section, do not hesitate to write to contacto@pimperl.mx

Your Garment

3 sustainable care tips

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Wash at less than 30 ° and on a delicate cycle to save energy

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Air dry in the shade to extend the life of your clothes

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Use biodegradable / ecological detergents to avoid polluting the water

Please select the collection to which your garment belongs to know the care, composition and special details:

 

Basics With Cause

How to take care of your garment?

We recommend washing this garment dry or by hand, if it is in the washing machine use a washing bag and delicate cycle, do not squeeze, iron at low / medium temperature.

What is it made of?

These shirts are made of 60% BCI cotton and 40% Tencel modal. The BCI is a global standard that trains farmers from all over the world, to improve their agricultural practices and create an organic fiber, in addition to being produced through fair trade.

On the other hand, Tencel is a biodegradable viscose extracted from sustainable eucalyptus forests with processes with very low environmental impact.

The embroidery is 100% cotton thread

Who produces the fabric for your garment?

The cotton is produced by Better Cotton Standard and Tencel by Lenzing certified under number: 31927491

Who boards my garment?

This collection was embroidered by three artisans from the community of Temoaya, State of Mexico:

Rocío Fernández: Hato Pants, Monki Shirt, Kirin Shirt and Montana Tunic.
Ibeth Melitón : Jogger Kame and
Poncho Inu

Jaqueline Hernández: Niji Blouse and Tochi Dress

Does it have benefits for me?

Yes, this fabric is hypoallergenic, antibacterial, manages moisture and has improved breathability, as well as being deliciously soft on your skin.

Who made your garment?

All our collections are cut and made in the south of Mexico City at the Verde García Family Workshop.

What impact does your garment have on the environment?

99% of the water used to make your garment was reused, as well as the dyes for your dyeing without throwing any toxic chemical to our planet, its production is carried out with renewable energy and respecting the cycles of the earth.

It is certified by the Belgian certification company Vinçotte as a compostable and biodegradable textile.

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How to take care of your garment?

The embroidery it has is very resistant due to its type of fabric, however we recommend you wash it by hand or in a cycle of delicate clothes in the washing machine, do not use a dryer and you can iron it with a low to medium temperature.

What is it made of?

The regenerated cotton canvas is made up of 43% virgin cotton and 57% recycled fiber, with this you saved the waste of +2,000 liters of water and recycled 8 times more than the average.

The embroidery thread comes from virgin cotton threads.

Who produces the fabric of your garment?

This fabric is produced by Novabori, in Tlaxcala, Mexico.

Who boarded your garment?

Jauja are our allies to manage artisan work, they work with artisans from the State of Hidalgo and the State of Mexico.

 

In this collection the embroideries were created by artisans from Temoaya, State of Mexico.

Who made your garment?

All our collections are cut and made south of Mexico City at the Taller de la Familia Verde García.

What impact does your garment have on the environment?

This collection has carbon offsetting, that is to say that the Co2 generated has been offsetting through carbon credits, contributing to the reforestation and conservation of forests and jungles in the State of Chiapas, Mexico.

Fragments

How to care for your garment?

We recommend washing this garment dry or by hand, in the case of a washing machine, choose delicate cycle and use a washing bag and, not squeeze, iron inside out and at low temperature.

What is it made of?

These shirts are made of 60% BCI cotton and 40% Tencel modal. The BCI is a global standard that enables farmers around the world to improve their farming practices and create organic fiber, in addition to being produced through fair trade.

On the other hand, Tencel is a viscose extracted from sustainable eucalyptus forests with processes of very low environmental impact.

The screen printing is made of water-based, lead-free, and thermoplastic inks.

Who produces the fabric of your garment?

The cotton is produced by Better Cotton Standard and the Tencel by Lenzing certified with the number: 31927491

Does it have benefits for me?

Yes, BCI cotton and tencel are organic, which makes your garment hypoallergenic and antibacterial, on the other hand, Tencel favors breathability.

Yes, this fabric is hypoallergenic, antibacterial, moisture management, soft to the skin, and has improved breathability.

Who made your garment?

All our collections are cut and made south of Mexico City at the Taller de la Familia Verde García.

What impact does your garment have on the environment?

Your garment is organic, greatly reducing the waste of water present, it is produced respecting the earth's cycles and with renewable energy.

It is certified by the Belgian certification company Vinçotte as a compostable and biodegradable textile.

 
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How to care for your garment?

To wash your garment you can do it in the washing machine, after the first wash it will shrink 2%, after this it will never shrink again, we recommend not using a dryer and you can iron it with medium to high temperature.

What is it made of?

The canvas is made of 50% cotton and 50% bamboo viscose, the latter is extracted mechanically, mitigating the use of polluting chemicals.

The embroidery thread comes from virgin cotton threads.

Who produces the fabric of your garment?

This fabric is distributed by Texterra and produced by Textiles Brito located in Puebla, Mexico.

Who made your garment?

All our collections are cut and made south of Mexico City at the Taller de la Familia Verde García.

What impact does your garment have on the environment?

With this garment you prevented the felling of millions of trees in order to obtain similar viscous.

This collection has carbon offsetting, that is to say that the Co2 generated has been offsetting through carbon credits, contributing to the reforestation and conservation of forests and jungles in the State of Chiapas, Mexico.