At the end of the day, not everyone will have the luxury of shopping this way. Many people can't afford to be picky about their clothing. They don't have the time to shop around for the perfect piece or the money to spend on durable designer items. If you do, it's your responsibility to use that purchasing power to support a more fair, equitable, and sustainable fashion industry for everyone.
- Organic Cotton
- Hand block printed w/ low impact dye
- Slightly sheer, easy/breezy fit
- Model is 5'9" and wearing size small
- Neckline opening 11" w/ button closures
- Drawstring waist
- Made in Rajasthan, India
- Hand wash cold, gentle + air dry
XS: BUST 37", HIP 41", CENTER BACK LENGTH 52"
S: BUST 39”, HIP 42”, CENTER BACK LENGTH 53”
M: BUST 41”, HIP 44”, CENTER BACK LENGTH 54”
L: BUST 42”, HIP 46”, CENTER BACK LENGTH 55”
What is "slow fashion"?
First, let's talk about what it isn't: At its core, slow fashion is a rebuke of fast fashion—an industry built on cheap, poorly made garments that have a high social and environmental impact.
So, slow fashion is the deliberate choice to buy better-quality items less often. When purchases are made, they’re environmentally and ethically conscious rather than trend-driven. The garments are durable and lend themselves to repairs, not disposal. Slow fashion is also transparent: Buyers know where their clothes are coming from, and items are often handmade by artisans.
Consider it the “farm to table” of the fashion world.
A final note.