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Pangaia Expands "Seaweed Family" Collection With New Pastel Colorways

In mint, lavender, pale blue and more.

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Pangaia Expands "Seaweed Family" Collection With New Pastel Colorways

In mint, lavender, pale blue and more.

Pangaia is relaunching its “Seaweed Family” collection for a second time, now introducing new colorways to the range of cropped T-shirts and long-sleeves.

Made of saltwater seaweed fiber and certified organic cotton, the tops are biodegradable and treated with natural peppermint oil to retain freshness and reduce the number of washes — and therefore water — needed. The Cropped T-Shirt now arrives in pastel iterations including “Mint,” “Lavender” and “Pale Blue,” while the Long Sleeved T-Shirt is available in burgundy “Cherry,” beige “Vanilla” and muted green “Khaki.” Also part of the collection are the fan favorite Long Sleeved Cropped T-Shirt and classic tee.

Take a look at Pangaia’s new “Seaweed Family” collection colorways above. The styles range from $75 to $95 USD and release at the Pangaia website on May 13.

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