St Halo is an elegant, ultra-versatile linen t-shirt, that’ll soon be on heavy rotation in your wardrobe. Made from a beautifully lightweight blend of linen and organic cotton, this t-shirt looks great worn loose over jeans or linen pants, or tucked in for a more sophisticated look.
A not-so-basic basic, St Halo is adorned with a decorative, Mother of Pearl button detailing on the back left shoulder, as well as side seem vent features.
- Slightly scooped front neckline, that sits straight across the back
- Straight hemline, with side vent detailing
- Darts for bust shaping
- Lightweight, breezy fabric
- Decorative Mother of Pearl detailing
- Finished with an eco-friendly enzyme wash – gives a luxuriously soft feel + extends garment life
- Produced fairly in India
Fit & Composition
- Relaxed fit
- Made from our luxurious, custom blend of 55% linen, 45% GOTS certified organic cotton
Our model Bee wears size S. She is 176cm. Her usual dress size is AU 8.
(Full Size Guide Below)
BORN FROM A LOVE AFFAIR WITH THE NATURAL WORLD
Robb & Lulu Australia is the home of women's organic loungewear, organic sweatpants and organic sweatshirts, all made from luxuriously soft 100% organic cotton and GOTS certified. Sustainability, in all its aspects, is at the core of their business ethos, and they strive to embody principles of environmental, economic and social sustainability in each of their hand-crafted garments. They believe that we all share a common responsibility for the future and we create natural and organic clothing while caring for our environment.
They are a sustainable Australian women's luxurious loungewear label, with a passion for creating organic clothing that’s gentle on the earth. They offer a variety of women’s leisure styles and colours which can be layered and worn throughout all seasons.
PAYING IT FORWARD
Robb & Lulu are proud to be partners with the World Wide Fund, Australia. For each garment sold, they donate a portion of the sale to the WWF, which does invaluable work in helping to protect our diverse and unique native flora and fauna. Robb & Lulu state "As nature’s oppressor, we have an obligation to try and protect our flora and fauna that is unable to protect itself against the destructive hand of modernisation. If we cannot exist harmoniously with those who have come before us, we are not embodying a sustainable lifestyle."