Feminist Fairisle Merino Tank Top Calamine Opal & Charcoal

Black & Beech

From £140.00 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 19th June
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    • Dispatched
    • 24th June
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    • Standard delivery
    • 26th - 27th June
Description

Woman, equality, and peace symbols mingle with slogans to create a unique knit that breathes new life into traditional Fairisle motifs. Five contrasting colours are combined for a striking design.

Our easy-fit knitted tank is knitted in Portugal by a family run factory, using our signature Yorkshire-spun merino lambswool.

Need to know

This tank top includes:

unique feminist fairisle designs
colour palettes which match up with Black & Beech beanies, mittens, and scarves
high quality and sustainably-produced wool

Delivery

The delivery options for this item are listed below (if it doesn't state 'Express delivery' then that option is not available for this product). As soon as you place your order, this small business will spring into action, get it ready and send it out... (and you can feel wonderful for supporting them).

Delivery options available

Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 26th - 27th June

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A white woman and a black women model Black & Beech's Liberté tee

Black & Beech

Cardiff, Wales

Hi, I am Stacey, and in 2016 I founded Black & Beech with a mission to make conscious, purposeful, feminist informed fashion.

From concept to creation, we set out to support women, to inspire feminist activism and to create timeless, quality apparel in an environmentally conscious way.

In the last five years, Black & Beach has reached over 20,000 customers worldwide, supported dozens of local suppliers and creatives and raised almost £20,000 for women’s rights charities.