RIVA Organic Cotton Shirting - 104G/M²
Description (AI assisted)
The RIVA Organic Cotton Shirting fabric is a beautiful representation of sustainable fashion, originating from Spain. It showcases a plain pattern, which provides a simple yet elegant backdrop for any apparel piece. While it is available in all colors, offering endless possibilities for your designs.
This fabric is composed entirely of main fibers from cotton, making it incredibly soft, breathable, and comfortable to wear. No specific finishing method is mentioned which suggests its natural texture is left untouched, adding to its authenticity.
The fabric is certified under the ORGANIC CONTENT STANDARD, ensuring its production will meet the required regulations in terms of environmental and social impacts. Although no particular season is specified for this fabric, its cotton material makes it versatile enough for wear throughout the year. No category is defined which implies the fabric can be utilized in multiple ways; from shirts to dresses, to bed linens.
With its straightforward design and eco-conscious production, the RIVA Organic Cotton Shirting fabric embodies simplicity, comfort, and sustainability.
Price, MOQ, lead time are estimated - to be verified with supplier
Wholesale Pricing Policy
50-199m: 8.37 200m+: 7.87
Our origins date back to 1952 as a manufacturer of interlining fabrics. Since then, Sidogras has grown steadily to be able to create fabrics for shirting, blouses, pants and jackets, as well as manufacturing technical fabrics and interlinings. We are proud to be the European market leader with a strong international presence in over 30 countries.
Trends are constantly changing and our customers demand fast delivery, this led Sidogras to offer two types of collections to cover different needs: continuous collection (more than 7 million metres of fabric in permanent stock in our warehouses) and seasonable collection.
About organic content standard
Organic Content Standard (OCS) is a certification promoted by Textile Exchange that verifies the organic content in a fabric or textile product. Different from GOTS, OCS only verifies that a product contains organically grown material. It does not address any social or environmental aspects of production. For example, an OCS cotton is produced by a cotton farm that is OCS certified, but it does not say anything about the companies involved in the supply chain like spinning mills, weaving mills, dyeing factories, or traders.
For more information about OCS, click here.