A caress on your skin and a call for delicacy, this kimono is an invitation to indulgence. Flowers from temples in India that otherwise would be discarded as trash, find their way into this kimono as natural dyes. This beautiful alchemy on organic cotton linen brings to life marigold petals with a soft texture on collar/belt from temple coconut shells and madder. Cut from GOTS organic hand woven cotton linen , this kimono is a perfect home sensual look. Unique fit for all, 115 cm long.
Maintenance Advice :
Gentle washing by hand is the best for the product’s soul. However, if you do choose to machine wash, drop in some mild detergent for washing under 30 degrees. Give it some respite from sunlight, and dry in shade. Definitely, do not bleach! Natural dyes may run or fade slightly with time, but the memories of this intimate linen wear, remain a lifetime.
Item compositionFair salary for craftsman: The Social Criterion Is Taken Into Account Throughout The Production Process So That Farmers And Artisans Are Paid Decently.
Low energy consumption: We Are Constantly Looking For New Ways To Protect Resources, For Example By Using Suppliers Who Have Developed Solar Panels In Their Facilities.
Natural dyes: For Our Natural, Pesticide-Free Dyes, We Use The Flowers Thrown Every Day By The Hindu Temples. Our Textile Products Are Therefore Gentle On Your Skin And On The Planet.
Bio GOTS: For Most Of Our Products, We Use Organic Cotton And Linen, GOTS Certified. They Are Free From Pesticides And Require Less Water For Their Production.
Natural fibers: We Have Chosen To Use Mainly Natural Fibers (Linen, Cotton, Silk). Natural Fibers Break Down Easily In Soil And Do Not Give Off Dangerous Chemicals While Doing So.
Low water consumption: We Recycle Our Used Water And Use The Leftovers (See Our Bags And Our Notebook). With Means Of Production That Use A Minimum Of Water Or By Using Fabric Scraps, We Reduce Waste.
Low Carbon Footprint: We Have Worked With Experts To Minimize Our Carbon Footprint.
Empower women: We Have Chosen To Work In India With Rural Women United In Cooperatives And With Certain Structures Headed By Women In Order To Provide Them With Work.