Marguerite Cotton Top Navy

Colours: Navy
Size: xs

Polished look, T-shirt ease. This GOTS certified organic cotton tee has a soft, cozy texture and luxury feel - meaning it’s perfect for those in-between-season days. And just like your favourite tee, it’s easy to dress up or down. The GOTS-certified organic cotton is better for the soil and water, and safer for the workers.

Shipping costs: / Free shipping over €100
Estimated delivery time: between 2-3 weeks
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  • Specially made for you: the products are made to order, meaning they are tailored after your order is placed. The production can take up to three weeks, and the delivery itself takes about 3 to 5 days. 
  • Very soft, ideal for sensitive skin
  • Regular fit
  • 3/4 sleeves length
  • Boat neck
  • The Marguerite Cotton Top is made of 100% GOTS certified organic cotton from Egypt (Nile Delta). The cotton is spun and dyed in Italy.
  • Knitted on demand in L'Envers locally family owned ateliers in Spain.


Why we love it: L'Envers offers quality items that are designed to stand the test of time and outlive fast fads and seasonal trends.

L’Envers' mission is to design fewer pieces made in a better way. Since 2015 all of their pieces have been knitted in local, small family workshops in Spain, home of founder Julie and her family. The pure materials, selected exclusively from French and Spanish spinning mills, are noble and respectful of the environment. L’Envers means 'the reverse' in French. “Faire les choses à l’envers”: doing things in a different manner, offering an alternative to the fast fashion.