Sculpt Seamless Strappy Sports Bra - Charcoal Marl

Sale price €20,80 Regular price €52,00
post consumer recycled materials
light to medium support
super soft

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Sculpt Seamless Scrunch Cycling Shorts
charcoal marl

Product Description

A cute and delicate sports bra that still manages to support you through your workouts. With a distinct multi-strap design and crafted from super soft, lightweight seamless fabrics for ultimate comfort this is bound to become your favourite sports bra. 

  • Multi-strap design
  • Light to medium support
  • Removable bra pads
  • Super soft for maximum comfort
  • Smoothing effect
  • Sustainably made from 52% recycled polyamide, 40% recycled polyester and 8% elastane
  • For a more supportive fit, we recommend sizing down

Model Info: 

Sabrina // UK 6 // Height 5'2" // TALA size XS

Aliah // UK Size 8 // Height 5'6" // TALA size S

Tan // UK Size 12-14 // Height 5'8" // TALA size M

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All TALA items are made to last. By caring for our clothes we prolong their life, so they can be worn, over and over again.

Turn inside out and machine wash at 30 degrees

Wash dark colours separately

Do not bleach

Do not tumble dry

Do not dry clean

Dry away from direct heat and sunlight

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This item is made from 51% recycled polyamide and 38% recycled polyester from post-consumer waste certified by the Global Recycle Standard. 

Recycled polyester in this product comes from post-consumer waste which means it made from items thats been used by a consumer, disposed of, and diverted from landfills. This recycled material is often derived from items such as plastic bottles or fishing nets.

By creating this product from recycled, 'non-virgin' materials, this product requires less resources than using virgin materials.

Audited, Ethical Factories: Made in Turkey.

Sedex-SMETA audited for worker health and safety. 

Oeko-Tex Standard 100 tested and certified for no harmful substances.

Read about our factories and fabrics here

Correct at the time of publishing. 

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