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× thermoregulating, breathable high-quality wool keeps you warm
× the durable wool has antibacterial properties and is odor resistant
× the ultra-fine yarn has a silky soft touch, you never want to take it off again!
× the straps can be adjusted for your comfort
× easy-care: machine washable at 30° Celsius

"We miss beautiful white winters from the pre-global warming era, therefore, we tend to be eco-friendly", say Joanna Kołodziejczak and Joanna Misztela, founders of the Warsaw-based brand Love On The Snow. And from the raw materials to the final product the two founders stand by their word. Wool is sometimes seen as critical in the sustainable fashion world, and this is why Love On The Snow source their high-end merino wool only from South African suppliers that produce guaranteed "mulesing-free" yarns and care about their animals. The knitted fabric is then shipped to Poland where the bodysuits and tops are assembled. The factory is close by Love On The Snow's office which means they can (and do!) pass by to check on the production and can see with their own eyes that all workers are treated with care and respect. 

"There is no such thing as bad weather - only bad clothing". This statement inspired Joanna Kołodziejczak and Joanna Misztela to rethink the clothes we wear to protect us from the cold. They've become obsessed with studying the performance of functional fabrics and garments and translated their findings into the most timeless and elegant premium quality base layers. Since Love On The Snow was founded in 2018, Joanna and Joanna combine the nature-born thermoactive properties of high-quality merino wool with classic elegance and spice up their designs with iconic French laces and feminine patterns. 

× 94% Merino Wool 6% Elastane
× Machine Wash at 30° Celsius on a gentle cycle in a protective laundry bag

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One of the most sustainable ways of producing new fashion collections is to make them out of components that would have usually gone to waste. We consider featured products as recycled if the fabrics contain at least 30% pre- or post-consumer recycled materials, with the exception of recycled cotton at 20%.


The plants that are the origin of the fiber of the textile have been cultivated through organic agriculture. We consider a fabric organic if at least 70% of its fibers come from certified organic farming.


We consider sustainable materials as fabrics that are neither organic, nor recycled, yet have a minimal impact on the environment. Textile designers and researchers around the world develop an amazingly huge range of new technologies every year to create new (semi-synthetic) fabrics that are sustainable.


Clothing that is made from cruelty-free sources, so no animal products were used in making the garments and components (such as glue, elastics, dye stuff), and no animal was harmed.


It's not only the raw materials of the fabric that have an impact on our planet but also which chemicals were used in the process, how is the waste water management of the facilities that spin the yarns and weave or knit the fabric. We consider cleanly produced items as those which do not impact the environment and humans in any harmful way.


For a product to receive the ethical labor batch, the brand's manufacturer must have their manufacturers must have the highest certifications like Fair Trade, WRAP, The Higg Index, B Corporation and others. While ALL of our products are ethically made, we highlight extraordinarily well certified brands and manufacturers.


Overproduction, discounting and cheap garments are the major contributors to ever growing landfills. We consider made-to-order production an important criteria for conscious production. Made-to-order means that a brand first receives an order and then starts making it - often in their in house sewing room which minimizes waste and CO2 emissions. 


Local production reduces CO2 Emissions and ensures that strict European laws apply to working conditions, chemicals used for dyeing and material safety.

We consider products made in Europe if at least 80% of the material contents are sourced from European countries (this includes Turkey) and all production is done within the European Union.