- GOTS Certified Product
- Made from 100% Superfine Organic Cotton
- 30º Eco Machine Wash
Transition into the autumn winter season effortlessly with our KEIKO Rollneck Shirt. With its' mixed blend of colours, this versatile piece can be worn alone or layered under a jumper to add a stylish twist to your outfit. Featuring a high neck and long sleeved design, this piece is sure to keep you warm on those colder days.
Made with 100% Organic Materials
Model wears: Size 2 / UK 10 / EUR 38
Model's height: 172.5cm/5'8"
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Delivery: Standard shipping sent via Royal Mail -Delivery 2-3 working days
Returns: Please note that the goods must be returned in their original unworn condition and with all packaging and tags intact. Please complete in full the returns form that was came with your order.
In the case of underwear, lingerie and swimwear items, unless faulty these can only be returned if they are unworn, have their hygiene strips in place and if tried on, were done so while wearing existing underwear.
For health and safety reasons, earrings are the only product that cannot be refunded or exchanged under any circumstance.
We request that all goods are returned within 21 days from the date of delivery.
We strongly advise all customers to check garments thoroughly upon delivery before removing any attached tags.
Komodo will not accept returns for any non-faulty items or items that have been worn and tags removed. Upon receipt of an order, if any item has been received with no tags, customers should notify us by email as soon as possible if they wish to return them.
In all circumstances you must complete the Returns Form in full.
At Komodo, we are dedicated to creating clothes that are sustainable and don’t have a negative impact on the environment. We are passionate about protecting and nurturing our planet, but we also love fashion and don’t believe the two need to be mutually exclusive. Why can’t we look great whilst fighting for the world we live in?!