Acid Yellow Check Floreta Dress
The perfect summer dress. Made from GOTS certified organic cotton, which means even the dyes used are water-based and biodegradable.
Thinking Mu have put QR codes on labels in all of their products, so you can find out how and where they are made, and their social and environmental impact.
- 100% Organic Cotton
- Short dress with flare cut
- Puffed Sleeves
- Elastic cuffs
- Opening and button at nape
- Model wears size S (UK 10)
Love and Care
- Wash at 30 degrees
- Do not tumble dry
Delivery & Returns
Deliveries to most London postcodes are dispatched using our Zero Emissions carrier and will be with you next day.
We aim to dispatch postal orders to the rest of the UK using Royal Mail First Class within 24 hours Monday - Friday. Shipping is free for orders over £50.
Click and Collect
You can collect your order from the store 7 days a week during opening hours. Most orders will be available to collect same day. More
We hope you love your order, but if you do change your mind you can return your purchase to us within 30 days for a refund. Please write your order number on the parcel when you return it. More
About Thinking Mu
Thinking Mu is a Spanish brand whose aim is to start a conversation about climate change through their collections. Each season Thinking Mu takes on a theme that encompasses humans, the planet or climate change. Previous collections have been on space and wild meadows and this year the collection is based on Polygamy.
Thinking Mu pride themselves on their traceability. Each garment comes with its own unique QR code which tells you exactly where the garment was made.
From the farmers to the retailers, Thinking MU endeavours to ensure that everyone in the supply chain is treated with the dignity and respect they deserve. All factories used by the brand are regularly audited and staff benefits exceed standards.
Innovative fabric is core to Thinking Mu's sustainability. This includes the use of hemp, sustainable and non-toxic dyes and prints, garments made from trash, including post-consumer waste and fishing equipment that has been pulled from the sea.
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