Natural Linen and Cotton Tote Shopping Bag
What is this?
🛍 Your new shopping tote bag made of linen and cotton, which will be your inseparable bag!
What can it do for me?
😃 Perfect as casual bag, for traveling, shopping, going to the beach and everyday use.
😃 Large capacity to store and carry all your necessities.
😃 Durable and fashionable.
😃 It comes in 7 patterns for any dress style.
😃 You can match it to our cutlery set that has exactly the same pattern.
What is included?
📦 A tote bag of your chosen pattern, size 32x41cm.
How do I use it?
👉 Just open the bag and put things in it.
👉 Carry it on your shoulder to look cool.
👉 Very easy to wash, just prefer cool temperatures.
👉 Spread it out well when you put it to dry to avoid wrinkles.
👉 It dries faster than pure cotton.
Is it safe for health?
😌 Cotton and linen are totally natural and organic.
😌 Breathable fabric.
😌 It does not contain any chemicals or perfumes.
😌 It is anti-allergic and anti-bacterial.
😌 Easily washable.
How does it impact the environment?
🌿 No more pollutant plastic bags, which take from 10 to 30 years to degrade releasing dioxin meanwhile, and kill many animals especially in the ocean who eat them mistaking them for jellyfishes.
🌿 Carrying your own shopping bags saves your money and helps the planet reducing trash.
🌿 Cotton and linen are already very popular materials in industry, but few people know that they can replace plastic. In reality, they were used before plastics had the upper hand, it is only a matter of rediscovering their countless uses, even in new ways. What makes them so special is their ease of retrieval, which can be more or less sustainable, their softness, versatility and the fact that they are recyclable in many ways and even compostable.
🌿 Linen is a textile made from the fibres of the flax plant. Linen is laborious to manufacture, but the fibre is very strong, absorbent, and dries faster than cotton. Garments made of linen are valued for their exceptional coolness and freshness in hot and humid weather.
🌿 Cotton and linen are natural materials, and as such is fully compostable. If you don't have a garden, check your local garbage policy for clothes.