Bina Top Navy Ikat

Bina Top Navy Ikat

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This hand woven navy ikat cotton top will quickly become a staple of your wardrobe. The V-neck and front pleat are both forgiving and flattering. Wearable year round! It's light weight enough to wear during the warmest months but the bracelet length sleeves make it a great top to layer in the winter. A stylish and comfortable top that can be paired with everything from leggings and jeans to linen cropped pants or a fitted cream skirt.

When you own clothing that is well made, easy to pair and timeless, you are less likely to toss or donate it after one season and continue the cycle of buying and disposing of mass made clothes that leave huge carbon footprints.

Orvana's expert team of Indian artisans hand weave, hand block print, and vegetable dye the one-of-a-kind patterns we’re proud to use in our products. The designer, Alka Mattoo, hails from the Kashmir Valley and refers to her line as "slow fashion," a movement that advocates for environmental and social justice in the fashion industry. Its defining point is that it zeroes in on the problem of overproduction and overconsumption. Slow fashion came at the heels of the “slow food” movement.

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Orvana London

When you own clothing that is well made, easy to pair and timeless, you are less likely to toss or donate it after one season and continue the cycle of buying& and disposing of mass made clothes that leave huge carbon footprints. Orvana's expert team of Indian artisans hand weave, hand block print, and vegetable dye their one-of-a-kind patterns. The designer, Alka Mattoo, hails from the Kashmir Valley and refers to her line as "slow fashion, a movement that advocates for environmental and social justice in the fashion industry. Its defining point is that it zeroes in on the problem of overproduction and overconsumption. Slow fashion came at the heels of the “slow food” movement.

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