Parrot Coat

Parrot Coat

725.80 1,209.60

Preorders 40% discount: 725.80 Eur

Benedetti Life sees online limited edition preorders as a way to reduce overstocking and therefore avoid potentially unsold items that then become textile waste.

  • we accept preorders from June 1 2019 to November 1 2019

  • delivery date February 1 2020

Season start : 1.209.60 Eur

  • February 1 2020 – August 1 2020


MADE in Europe


A tailored fit organic cotton coat that epitomizes the playful nature of the environmentally friendly Benedetti Life Parrot collection. Hidden side pockets and a vegetable ivory button front closure completes with black organic cotton lining.


  • front button closure

  • hidden side pockets

  • COMPOSITION: 100% organic cotton, GOTS

  • LINING: 100% organic cotton, GOTS

  • BUTTON: 100% corozo 

  • COLOUR: green, black

  • MOTIF: green feathers

  • PRINT: water-based digital printing

  • MADE: in Europe

  • PRODUCED: in Slovenia

  • PRINTED: in Italy


  • fits to size

  • designed for a tailored fit

  • slim fitting

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Ecological certifications:

Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)

These certificates guarantee that no toxic chemicals were used in the production process of this garment nor were released in the environment. This product is made of 100% organic genetically unmodified cotton, meaning that no pesticides, chemical fertilisers or defoliants were used in the process of its farming, and no carcinogenic or allergenic dyes were used on it after that. 

Benedetti Life is a toxin-free fashion label that cherishes the health of its consumers and the environment alike. Benedetti Life guarantees that its supply chain is socially responsible and respectful of the environment and all the creatures that live in it.


Vegetable ivory buttons 

All Benedetti Life buttons are 100% corozo, a material found in the tagua palm tree nut. The white and very hard endosperm of tagua nut closely resembles ivory, which is why it is also known as “vegetable ivory”. Corozo buttons are a completely natural, animal free and renewable source of ivory. A single female tagua palm tree can produce up to 50 pounds of tagua nuts a year, which corresponds roughly to the amount of ivory contained in the average African elephant tusk. Elephants, however, can yield ivory only once, and usually have to die in the process. Production of corozo is an alternative source of income for farmers, and therefore prevents cutting down the rainforests, while it also preserves one of the most magnificent mammals that has ever roamed the earth.



The product is protected with the Enver Protocol.