(SIZE S) "I Was Once A Duvet" Pocket T-Shirt 30/09

(SIZE S) "I Was Once A Duvet" Pocket T-Shirt 30/09

Regular price £17.99 £0.00

We care about the environment here at Silly Girl Club which is why we've been collecting old bedsheets that were no longer wanted and turning them into fun, new products with the world in mind.


Wondering about sizing!? Well.. these T-shirts are a unisex so will fit a little bigger than usual so I suggest sizing down. That means if you're a female and usually wear a medium I suggest purchasing a small, unless you'd prefer a baggy fit, then you do you! The exact sizing can be found at the bottom of this listing incase you wanna know for sure. 

Some advice for unseasoned self-measurers from me to you! = "If you're unsure how to measure yourself and don't own a tape measure, I advise measuring your favourite t-shirt (with a ruler if that's all you have!!) in the places shown to get a better understanding of fit"

If you would like a turned-up & stitched sleeve free of charge, please let us know in the notes section as you check out, I love them like that but not everyone does sooo here's the option. Once your t-shirt has been purchased this cannot be rectified as I get way too many emails to get through and so there's a chance I might miss yours about the turn up. Please leave it in the "notes" section of your order.

Please note that we do accept returns if the item is delivered back to us in unworn, unwashed condition within 28 days, however all postage is non-refundable. We are unable to exchange items due to the nature of the products being one-off. We advise checking your sizing thoroughly before purchasing as i'm only a one person "band" and this causes major setbacks for others.


The company that produces these tshirts is certified organic under the GOTS. They implement the Fair Wear Foundation's Code of Conduct. The Code of Conduct is a contract between the factory and FWF and incorporates the following eight labour standards:

1) no use of child labour 
2) No use of forced labour 
3) Safe and healthy working conditions 
4) Legal labour contract 
5) Payment of a living wage 
6) Freedom of Association and the right to collective bargaining
7) No discrimination against employees 
8) No excessive hours of work 

As well as everyone being safe and well paid during the manufacture of the t-shirts, the primary energy source for the company is windfarms, they substitute the use of energy from fossil fuel power stations (boo!) for wind farms which is clean energy.