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Bleach Dyed Sweatshirt Crewneck || tie dye, tye dye, eco friendly, sustainable, aesthetic clothing, gift for him, gift for her, loungewear
Bleach Dyed Sweatshirt Crewneck || tie dye, tye dye, eco friendly, sustainable, aesthetic clothing, gift for him, gift for her, loungewear
Bleach Dyed Sweatshirt Crewneck || tie dye, tye dye, eco friendly, sustainable, aesthetic clothing, gift for him, gift for her, loungewear
Bleach Dyed Sweatshirt Crewneck || tie dye, tye dye, eco friendly, sustainable, aesthetic clothing, gift for him, gift for her, loungewear

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Bleach Dyed Sweatshirt • Pink Granite

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Inspired by nature, this cozy crewneck features beautiful hues of peach and gray, reminiscent of pink granite.

Unisex size medium. Certified sweatshop free and 100% cotton.
Ships in compostable packaging.

Together we have planted over 1,500 trees with our partner One Tree Planted.

Because even something you order for yourself should be special. We choose to send all orders in compostable packaging, either made from corn starch or cardboard. Our corn starch mailers are home compostable and break down into carbon dioxide, water, and organic fertilizer in about 90-180 days.

Conventional plastic mailers can take decades or even centuries to break down. When they do finally break down, tiny bits of microplastics are released into the environment. No thank you!

Read more about our sustainability journey here.

• Every product purchased from Lucid Muse plants at least 1 tree 🌱

Together we have planted over 1,500 trees with our partner One Tree Planted.

• 5% of our sales go towards promoting equality 🌏

• All orders come gift wrapped in compostable packaging 🎁

Because even something you order for yourself should be special. We choose to send all orders in compostable packaging, either made from corn starch or cardboard. Our corn starch mailers are home compostable and break down into carbon dioxide, water, and organic fertilizer in about 90-180 days.

Conventional plastic mailers can take decades or even centuries to break down. When they do finally break down, tiny bits of microplastics are released into the environment. No thank you!

Read more about our sustainability journey here.