What is organic cotton fabric?

Organic cotton is grown without pesticides or harmful chemicals. It's often handpicked to keep the fibres pure, making it ultra soft, untreated, and hypoallergenic. According to the Global Organic Textile Standards (GOTS), certified organic cotton is produced using natural methods and natural water, which helps consume less water, enhance soil quality, and reduce soil erosion. Textiles with the GOTS label have at least 70% certified organic fibres, while those labelled 'organic' contain at least 95%.

What are the benefits of cotton fabric?

Organic cotton is made without any chemicals, making it safe for sensitive skin. It's used in products like bed linens and clothing, offering a natural and hypoallergenic option. Due to its longer fibres, organic cotton is not only soft and durable but also more sustainable and supportive of biodiversity. Plus, it emits 50% less carbon dioxide than traditional cotton, making it a greener choice for the environment.


At Nomad the Label, our mission is to minimise our carbon footprint. We achieve this through ethical partnerships, clear visibility in manufacturing, and transparent material sourcing. We also focus on timeless designs that will remain staples in your wardrobe for years to come. At the heart of our vision is longevity, guided by our core principle: "quality over quantity."

Here, we share details about our fabrics and their benefits. We want you to know why we’ve chosen these materials and how they reflect our commitment to quality and sustainability.