The colourful and cheerful “Spegling” shower curtain is easy to hang in front of your shower cubicle or bath tub. Lightweight and comfortable water-repellent eco-cotton with stitched “ring holes”.
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We like mixing figure-fit with more generously cut fashion. That's why we have four different types of tailoring. You'll find information on the different types of fit in the detailed descriptions of each item. The choice of material also influences the amount of movement allowed by a garment. Knits and jersey-knits have more give in them than woven, less stretchy materials. That's why our weaves are often more generously tailored. For you to be as happy as possible with your purchases, we recommend that you spend a few moments taking your measurements and comparing them with our size chart.
The garment is close fitting, with a maximum of 6 cm room for movement around the bust and maximum 3 cm around the hips.
The garment has 7-16 cm room for movement around the bust and 4-12 cm around the hips.
A free and easy fit with at least 17 cm room for movement around the bust and 13 cm or more around the hips.
Extra generous fit
Lots of room for movement, 31 cm or more around the bust.
|Body sizes in cm||Display size in inches|
|Length of garment compared to (M)|
|DRESS/COAT||-4,5||- 3||+ 3||+ 6||+ 6|
|SKIRT||-3||- 2||+ 2||+ 4||+ 5|
|TROUSERS||-3||- 2||+ 2||+ 4||+ 5|
|SWEATER/JACKET||-3||- 2||+ 2||+ 4||+ 4|
|SIZE||S / M||L / XL|
|Equivalent shoe size||36-38||39-42|
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Next to each garment representing an eco-friendly choice, you’ll now be seeing the following symbols, in a system we call Gudrun’s Good Guide:
Gudrun’s Good Fibres
These items are made entirely or partly from a material grown and produced with sustainability in mind. The fibres we categorise as a good environmental option are organically grown, recycled, naturally retted flax, Tencel® lyocell, Lenzing Modal®, silk, alpaca, vegetable tanned and dyed leather along with wood and rubber. We impose requirements for transparency and we audit manufacturer certification.
Gudrun’s Good Manufacturing
These products are manufactured entirely or largely at audited factories geared to the best possible production processes for the external environment and human health. We make strict requirements for all the influential processes in the manufacturing to be certified, in some cases all the way to the stitching factory. We recognise the GOTS, Fairtrade and STeP by OEKO-TEX standards.
Gudrun’s Good Deed
These items are sold in aid of various charitable causes.
Gudrun’s Good Guide
– A whole collection to take pride in.
We aim to have as many of our products as possible produced in an environmentally-friendly way, not just a limited and exclusive line. Over the decades, environmental awareness has evolved and gone in and out of fashion. From the 80s when eco-friendliness was tentative and virtually impossible, through the 90s when we launched our first organic collection, to today when green choices are obvious.
In the forest of eco-labelling systems, we felt that having our own label would make it easier for our customers to find their way around our collections. So, in 2008 we introduced our own eco-labelling system, which we called our Leaves label, and in 2017 we will be updating our labelling system and Gudrun’s Good Guide.