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Uma Jumpsuit, Various Colors
Uma Jumpsuit, Various Colors
Uma Jumpsuit, Various Colors
Uma Jumpsuit, Various Colors
Uma Jumpsuit, Various Colors
Uma Jumpsuit, Various Colors

Uma Jumpsuit, Various Colors

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$116.00
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$116.00
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Super soft and light cotton make this the perfect wide leg jumpsuit for warmer weather, or layer it up in colder weather! We love all the different options for tying this jumpsuit, giving options for every mood and every body. Ethically handmade in India from 100% naturally plant dyed and dabu printed khadi cotton.

Shoulder tie or halter neck this floaty wide leg jumpsuit.

With every jumpsuit purchased, 3 trees are planted in collaboration with TreeSisters.

Size Guide

Small: US size 0-6, waist 32", inseam 27"

Medium: US size 6-8, waist 34", inseam 27"

Large: US size 7-12, waist 38", inseam 27"

CARE

Caring for naturally dyed clothing is a little different to synthetically dyed clothing. As each item is hand dyed using traditional block printing techniques, the item may bear traces of the printer’s table, there may be small variations in the pattern and the colour pigment itself may vary due to the nature of the natural dyeing process. We absolutely celebrate these characteristics as they embody humanity and the Earth in every piece!

WASHING

When it’s time to wash your item we recommend hand washing the item in warm water, drying it naturally and ideally in the shade. You can put the item in the washing machine but the colours can fade at a faster rate and you are also at risk of dying your other clothes! We would also not recommend using any harsh chemicals during washing, instead use either gentle eco detergent, soap nuts or just water. During your first few washes some colour will likely rinse out, which is completely normal and it doesn’t mean that the pigment of the item will fade dramatically. Usually it just means that the excess dye within the fibres of the cotton is being released. We don’t recommend tumble drying with cotton.

We recommend washing the deep indigo items a few times early on to release the excess dye as the pigment can initially rub off on your body or other clothing. This is part of indigo’s eccentricity and cannot be avoided!