A-line skirt in organic cotton denim inspired by vintage workwear. Recycled brown plastic buttons on the side and a bottom slit. Pocket in right side seam. With pure indigo dyed garments there is always a risk of dry bleeding, and the garment will gradually fade in colour when used and washed, like a pair of jeans. Note that indigo colour can vary from garment to garment as well as in the same garment. This is a part of the worker's look.
This style is also available in cotton twill,
and cotton/recycled cotton.
Organic 100% cotton denim. The history behind denim is as timeless and durable as the material itself. Originally produced in the French city of Nîmes under the name "sergé de Nîmes" and used for workwear since the mid-19th century. The most common denim is indigo denim, in which the warp thread is dyed, while the weft thread is left white. As a result, the garments are blue on the outside and white on the inside, which creates the signature fading characteristic of denim. Organic cotton is cultivated and harvested from non-genetically modified plants, without the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. Note: with indigo dyed garments there is always a risk of dry bleeding. This quality is a bit heavier compared to the denim used in our spring collections. Please note that denim can differ in colour tone due to dye and wash. This is a part of denim's beauty.
Wash inside out with similar colours in 30º C. Use washing powder without bleach. Note; with indigo dyed garments there is always a risk of dry bleeding.