WAWWA Clothing Before The Water Gets Too High Collection

If you’re looking environmentally friendly clothing brands of late, you’ll likely have noticed that more and more are making an effort to lessen their impact on the environment with the way they make their wares and one of the most eco-conscious we’ve come across here at Coolector HQ is that of WAWWA Clothing and their latest release in particular – the Before The Water Gets Too High Collection – which is right up our street to say the least.

Check out a few of our favourite pieces from the Before The Water Gets Too High Collection from WAWWA Clothing below:

WAWWA Jonah Organic Rugby Shirt – £75

This 100% organic cotton jersey sweatshirt is perfect for any spring and summer adventures you’ve got planned and will keep your warm when the temperatures dip in the evening. The WAWWA Jonah Organic Rugby Shirt (£75) has an organic ripstop pocket and collar, Corozo nut buttons and a square cut pocket to minimise waste made out of ripstop for extra durability, concealed Corozo nut buttons finish this piece off as a staple in any wardrobe for years to come. (£75)

WAWWA Rise Organic T-Shirt – £30

One of the most organically and environmentally friendly pieces of apparel you’re likely to come across, the WAWWA Rise T-Shirt (£30) is the perfect wardrobe addition for the eco-conscious out there this spring and summer. This excellent piece of clothing draws attention to the potential devastating impact of rising water levels as a result of global warming with a striking graphic print to the front and back of the tee. It is a 100% organic cotton t-shirt which has been manufactured using renewable energy and screen printed using water based inks. (£30)

WAWWA Shift Black Pullover Hoody – £60

If adventures into the wild and evening backyard BBQs with craft beer are your bag, a good quality hoody is an essential addition to your spring and summer wardrobe and this ace looking WAWWA Shift Black Pullover Hoody (£60) ticks the right boxes for us here at Coolector HQ. This cracking piece of apparel is Fair Trade approved and boasts a design that is hand drawn and which aims to represent the shifting of the currents and waters of our planet through man made intervention. It is also accidentally reminiscent of Hokusai. (£60)

WAWWA Set Organic Long Sleeve T-Shirt – £35

Another striking and meaningful piece of apparel with this top notch WAWWA Set Organic Long Sleeve T-shirt (£35) which is again geared towards the chilly spring months we can have in the UK. This long sleeve tee from WAWWA is again made using renewable energy so it will minimise the impact it has on the environment – something that is increasingly problematic in the era of so-called fast fashion. Ideal for wearing under a lightweight jacket during adventures out into the wild or on day trips to the beach. (£35)

WAWWA Drake Heavy Cotton Overshirt – £110

The ideal piece of outerwear for spring and summer, the Drake Heavy Cotton Overshirt (£110) has both style and substance and will be your go-to whenever you head out the door over the next few months. This cracking piece of apparel from WAWWA is garment dyed and has a custom cut and sew fit with no waste square cut pockets. It was a true labour of love for the UK brand, having been designed and made completely in house. It is the result of some 200 hours of work which went into making the first sample of this shirt and, as you can see, it is a thing of beauty. (£110)

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