Every Creature Unisex Tee

Well-known and beloved among the saints, Hildegard of Bingen was a medieval mystic, nun, and writer. She was a prolific hymnist and created the concept of ‘viriditas’ (translated as greening, freshness, or fruitfulness), a theme woven throughout her writings. Let this tee be a reminder to you and others that all creation reflects God’s beauty.

If you’re looking to invest in ethical clothing that is sure to last and has a positive social & environmental impact, look no further than this organic t-shirt!

• Made from 100% combed organic cotton, creating a soft, lived-in feel

• Unisex fit

• Side-seamed construction1×1 rib neck

• Shoulder seam finished with a self-fabric tape

• Double-needle coverstitched seams

• Sourced from India and screen printed in the Philippines

These unisex shirts run true to size and are pre-washed to minimize shrinkage. See our sizing chart to find the size for you.

For a more fitted look, we suggest ordering one size smaller than your typical size.

Arrayed was founded with the vision to honor our love for God, neighbor, and creation through our clothes. We work with women-owned, worker-led manufacturers with a commitment to true living wages and low-impact production practices. Our tees are:

Global Organic Textile Standard certified

Climate Neutral certified through Earth Positive

Fair Wear certified

We recommend you wash your garments inside out on a delicate cold wash setting with like colors.

Hang dry or tumble dry on low.

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Customer Reviews

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K Dietz
Will be buying more!

Where do I start? The feeling of wearing a garment that has been sustainably, responsibly, and ethically produced is a game changer. This is high quality and one of the softest shirts Ive ever worn. Im obsessed with the concept of the product and the heart behind it. Ill be buying more for myself and for friends!


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