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× the soft cups from organic cotton give comfortable support
× colourful trims make this bralette a fashion statement
× fully adjustable shoulder straps let you customise the lift 
× three hooks in the back let you adjust the level of support

Dora Larsen tackles ethical and sustainable production with a dedicated set of values. The majority of the laces are sourced from a workshop that uses solar power to provide full capacity electricity and water recycling units to monitor and limit water consumption throughout the dying process. All of the fabrics and trims meet REACH standards and are OEKO-TEX certified, which means they are non-toxic and free from harmful chemicals. The recycled fabrics and trims are GRS-certified and the organic cotton is either OCS or GOTS certified. They choose to manufacture with ethically compliant factories in Tunisia, China and India, which are big hubs for lingerie production and drive the local economy. They use certified third-party audits to evaluate the ethical standards of the factories which all follow the Ethical Trading Initiative. Dora Larsen is also a member of 1% for the Planet, a global set of businesses and individuals who are committed to making our world a better place. Partnering with them means that they donate 1% of our annual revenue to not for profit organisations that address the worlds environmental issues.

Dora Larsen was founded in 2016 by Georgia Larsen, an ex-lingerie and fashion buyer. The brand combines innovative colour combinations with contemporary lingerie shapes. Georgia wanted something of her own after wearing uninspiring and uncomfortable bras for so long. Her idea for Dora Larsen was born. Inspired by Georgia's childhood dog, Dora Larsen offered something special that women could wear every day, something that elevated them and made them feel empowered to dress for themselves. 
Producing responsibly, with the highest grade of fit and durability, is a core value of the brand. They strive to be change-makers within the industry, and use their platform to raise awareness on the topic of sustainable production, as well as our physical and spiritual connection to the planet.

× 97% organic cotton 3% elastane
× Warm hand wash with a lingerie laundry detergent

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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.