Wear your feelings in Trust London's sustainably and ethically made 'Hope' sweatshirt. Created to celebrate the power of hope and to inspire hope in ourselves and others. The 'Hope' sweatshirt typography was inspired by 70s flower power imagery embodying love, joy, possibility and hopefulness.
Featuring a white embroidered logo on a navy sweatshirt.
Our values and this specific product:
- Natural materials
- Minimal waste, pollutants and emissions
- Embroidered in the UK
- With certifications
Please be aware that Trust London are manufacturing only a small amount of stock in each style and size, so there may be a short wait while yours is being completed. We'll let you know if this is the case for your selected size once we receive your order.
Sizing & this product
Sizing & this product
This top has a slim, straight cut shape.
XS (equivalent to our size 8/10)
S (equivalent to our 10)
M (equivalent to our 12)
L (equivalent to our 14)
XL (equivalent to our 16)
XXL (equivalent to our 18)
Trust London's exclusive designs are eco-embroidered in Somerset by a company whose policy is to charge proportionally less for eco-friendly garments to encourage their customers to make positive choices. This company creates plastic-free embroidery using viscose thread which is a natural fibre made from wood pulp, in this case from sustainably managed forests, it's GOTS-certified organic and all chemicals in the process are REACH and OEKO-TEX compliant. The thread is produced in a factory that recycles water and uses energy recovery for climate-neutral thread drying.
85% organic ring spun cotton, 15% recycled polyester.
The hoodie itself is made from 100% GOTS-certified organic cotton from India, blended with recycled polyester from China (classic sweatshirting jersey is always made from a cotton/poly blend), by a PETA vegan certified and OEKO-TEX certified brand who is also a member of the Fair Wear Foundation.
The vintage mannequin that we shoot on stands at about 5'6" tall.
Our garment size chart to help you choose the best fit:
* measure around your bust at the fullest point, ideally while wearing an unpadded bra
* measure around your waist
* measure around your hips, at your widest point, also taking in to account your bottom.