Basic Tank Top Powder
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Our popular tank top is the basic piece of the Mandala Yoga collection. The cut is casual and you should wear the racerback top with a matching bra underneath. The slub jersey in a light powder shade is made from sustainable modal and cotton fibres and is soft to the touch and stretchy.
- soft slub jersey quality
- sporty round neck top
- long cut that reaches to the lower hip
- made of pleasantly light modal
How We Love the Planet
Tencel (Lyocell) from Lenzing Co. is made out of Eucalyptus wood from sustainable forestry. No need for pesticides or artificial irrigation. The cotton fiber is OE-Blended certified. Our production is fair, sustainable and ecologically correct.
- 50% modal, 50% cotton
- cotton from ecological cultivation, GOTS certified
- washable at 30
- delicate wash in a washing net recommended
- turn T-shirt inside out before washing
- do not tumble dry
The founding of MANDALA in 2000 was inspired by sustainable use of our planet’s resources, a great love for a healthy lifestyle, and a lot of enthusiasm for yoga and fashion. The premium yoga label is a green pioneer in the German market due to its sustainable textile production that is certified according to the GOTS standard (Global Organic Textile Standard). Soft organic cotton and eco-friendly lyocell ensure maximum comfort and a perfect fit. Breathable recycled polyester is a resource-friendly option that provides benefits such as 4-way-stretch, quick-dry, and wear resistance. Every piece of the MANDALA collection is made under fair working conditions and supports independent family-owned businesses and local manufacturing plants in Turkey and China.
All our clothes are ethically produced from eco-friendly fabrics. Lenzing Modal ® is a modal fibre that is naturally soft on the skin and ecologically produced using Edelweiss ® technology, where the raw material pulp is produced at the same location as the modal fibre itself. This results in an energy and resource-saving production process.