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    Sleeveless Top Vest

    Merlot Smokered
    Inland Taupe

    Lovely! A natural fiber top that's so versatile. You can wear it as a sleeveless top or a vest combined with another top. Longer sides drape nicely, the front has gentle vertical pleats and five buttons. To make it really the perfect, the top has two in seam pockets! Nice and roomy but because ramie can be woven very thinly it does not add bulk to the body, it stays cool even in tropics and looks great. Two great colors.

    100% ramie. Ramie is a plant of nettle family, grown mostly in Asia and is very sustainable - it can be harvested up to six times a year. It has been used to produce textile for thousands of years - it is very strong, a white fiber that looks a bit similar to linen. It has a beautiful silky luster and it can be woven loosely to provide wonderfully light garments. Perfect for warm weather.

    Made in China *see the note from LA-based designer below.

    Machine washable in cold water.

    Garments run quite loose in sizing. Length for size Small is approx. 27" at the middle of the back, lowering to 33" on the sides, the bust is about 38-39" around for Small size. Dimensions below come from the manufacturer but actual garments are quite generous in size. 

    Mfgr Table of body (not garment) suggested measurements

     size XS S M L XL
      2 - 4 6 - 8 10 - 12 14 - 16 18 - 20
     bust 32.5 - 33.5" 34.5 - 35.5" 36.5 - 38" 39.5 - 41" 42.5 - 44"
     waist 25 - 26" 27 - 28" 29 - 30.5" 32 - 33.5" 35 - 36.5"

    35 - 35"

    37 - 38" 39 - 40.5" 42 - 43.5"  45 - 46.5"


    Who Made My clothes

    We carry products made in ethical sustainable way, despite "dirty" textile industry. The question "Who Made My Clothes?" is an important one to ask.  Your support of ethical mindful fashion that can be traced how it's made - organic or Fair Trade or indigenous, ensures fair  conditions for the artisans and care for the planet.

    Your purchase supports the preservation of traditional craft and the love of natural fibers. You help to minimize exploitative labor and environmental damage. 


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