Sizes 38R - 50R plus Big & Tall 40T - 46T. Made in Europe from organic European hemp. We grow, weave, and sew for end-to-end purity. Sweatshop-free. Matching vest, slacks, shirts, tie, & shoes.
Closeout Price: $239.00 ($
|Price:||Featuring natural buttons.
Navy, Earth Brown, Black, and natural (unbleached & undyed). First three colors hown top in the order listed. Natural shown below this info table.
|Since 1999, Rawganique has supplied hemp clothing for so many grooms, brides, and the rest of the wedding party that we've become widely known as "Hemp Wedding Central" specializing in sweatshop-free European hemp clothing. Striving to improve on good things, we collected customer feedback and requests so that we could make the "perfect hemp wedding attire." The result — the Eco-Couture Collection by Rawganique – is perfect for hemp weddings, excellent for the day at the office, and suitable (pun intended) for business professionals everywhere. Featuring palm nut (corozo) or coconut buttons.
|Fabric:||Organically grown European hemp. 100% organic cotton sateen (lining).|
|Made in:||Europe. Sweatshop-free. (Small selection hand-crafted by sew-at-home artisans in Thailand to fill inventory gaps between European productions: organic linen lining. Also sweatshop-free.)|
RG591 Eco-Couture Hemp Dress Jacket
Care for them as you would high-quality professionally tailored linen or wool jackets. Spot clean or dry clean only. They can also be ecologically "wet cleaned" using biodegradable cleaning agents at select progressive dry cleaners. Tell the cleaners to treat the suit as high-quality lined linen or wool jacket & pants. Steam-iron or press at the highest linen setting.
RG591 Hemp Wedding Jacket / Business Suit with matching vest, flat-front pants, low-rise flat front slacks, tie, and shoes. Our organic hemp wedding clothes & business suits have been
recommended by the Washington Post, Natural Home Magazine, USA Today, Newsweek, Business Week, Yoga Moms, & more.
The RG591 Eco-Couture Hemp Jacket is made in Europe by Rawganique from organically grown European hemp, sweatshop-free. It is fully lined with a smooth and silky 100% organic cotton sateen fabric (100% synthetic-free) for the perfect shape and drape. No heavy metals or harsh chemicals were used in their production. The RG591 Hemp Jacket is our couture offering, one that is as pure and sustainable (and good-looking) as they come.
We have heard from professionals the world over who are happy to find a sweatshop-free alternative to chemical-laden wool, cotton, or polyester suits: finally, a pure & sustainable organic couture hemp jacket & pants that are perfect even for the most important occasions (our hemp jackets have been worn to many a red-carpet event by eco-aware celebrities). Wear them with the whole works for evenings out on the town or casual with shirt and jeans. Whichever style you go with, you'll be sure to stand out in eco-style.
Classic 3-button styling that's timeless and elegant. Natural coconut, tagua nut, or seashell buttons. The fabric is a specially-woven breathable 100% hemp linen weighing in at a very fine 5 oz/sq. yard. The three-button design lets you wear the RG591 Hemp Jacket in ways that suit you. Button it up or leave a button or two undone. The shoulder is subtly (very slightly) padded for the perfect classic shape & look.
Paired with our organic hemp slacks and vest, the RG591 Hemp Jacket makes the perfect eco-friendly hemp wedding suit and business suit.
The RG591 Eco-Couture Hemp Jacket is the jacket of choice for hemp weddings, hemp purists, and eco-aware office folks, businesspeople, and professionals everywhere. More and more people are discovering our hemp jackets because of their good looks; that the jacket is also sustainably made and eco-friendly is a planet-friendly bonus. Our hemp suits have also been worn to many a Red Carpet event by eco-aware celebrities such as Woody Harrelson. A sharp professional look and eco-awareness come together perfectly in our environmentally friendly hemp suit.
Simplicity and Fairness: Simple living is less violent and less exploitative. When we live in complexity, our needs are so great in terms of energy and material goods that we live at the expense of others. As we simplify our homes, our clothes, and our eating habits, not only is less work needed to supply us but also less effort to maintain our way of life, as well.As the people of the world who are now exploited begin to get a fair return for their labor, prices will rise. We must expect this and be willing to pay the costs, otherwise we are hypocrites of the first water, wanting the world's people to be well off yet still insisting that our bananas be cheap. When the people picking the bananas in Honduras, tapping the rubber trees in Malaysia, mining tin in Bolivia, and making shoes in Brazil get the same return for their labor that we do, our bananas and boots and tires and tin (and fair trade clothing—ed.) will cost more. — from A Handmade Life by WM. S. Coperthwaite.