This luxuriously classic short sleeved white blouse is ethically made from organic cotton and wool, and is all-season, versatile, and pretty much the softest thing we've ever held in our own two hands. Elegant enough for any office, and comfortable enough for errands. With a universally flattering boxy but not oversized fit, all body types look great in this organic cotton and wool top. This super luxe, white blouse can be worn tucked or untucked, and is light enough to wear in the summer, but warm enough to layer in the colder months.
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-Made ethically in Portugal
-90 % organic cotton, 10 % wool from Portugal
-universally flattering boxy but not oversized fit
-drapes like cotton, but feels incredibly soft, like lightweight wool
-slightly curved hem
Runs true to size.
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HOW IT'S MADE
The Gist of It
Sustainably made, community-driven, and fair trade goodness made and grown entirely in Los Angeles, CA USA.
-sweatshops or child labor
-harm to animals
-overproduction, all items are made to order
-100% corduroy made of organic cotton from Portugal
-hand-made shell buttons
ABOUT THE BRAND
During a trip to Columbia - inspired by the breathtaking landscapes and ancient, artisanal knowledge and techniques, the Jungle Folk brand was born. Designers, Pauline Treis created a community-based brand comprised of global artisans in 2013. Only sustainable made and sourced materials as well as recycled ones are used such as organic cotton, linen, silk, and wool.
The styles are timeless, modern, and are designed to stand alone, not follow the typical fashion calendar or trends. By focusing on quality, sustainability, and longevity of design, the pieces are true works or art, with a global interpretation of modern, timeless design.
Jungle Folk employs artisans and sewers globally. Many in Medelin, Colombia, Banja Luka, Bosnia, and Kerala, India. These local artisans, sewers, growers, and trandes folk have perfected ancient techniques, are learning and fine-tuning their craft, and of those employed in Colombia, are mostly female head of households, and helps them to gain skills and support their families.
The founder, Pauline Treis, was born in Munich, Germany, but grew up in and currently resides in Switzerland. We're so proud to have Jungle Folk as a part of the Joon + Co. family and to be expanding our global offerings.
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