Midori Green & Caribbean Blue Short Kimono-style Jacket
Each of our kimono-style dusters tells a story about how it changed, from Bangladesh to Barcelona and now to you, where it will become part of the story you create.
Details: One-of-a-Kind Sari Kimono-style Short Jacket in Midori Green and Caribbean Blue. Front is a solid green while back is a geometric motif with small mirrors and gold accents over the Caribbean blue.
Sizing: One size that fits S to L. If S, it will be an oversized jacket and longer. If L it will fit more justly to you and be shorter. (We can send more measurements if you like!)
Size is just an adjective and it comes down to how you personally want to wear it and style it.
Length: 92~ cm length
"Model" is around 5'2" (157cm) and typically wears an S. This jacket is oversized and falls just at mid thigh
100% Cotton woven fabric
Wide kimono sleeves, open front falls right below knee
The gold satin lining makes for a pretty accent to roll up the sleeves and diamond cut sleeves show accent when hands lay flat.
Belt Loops with belt
How to style: You can select the occasion - it can be formal, worn over a dress or tied as a dress, with heels and jewelry. Many customers are wearing our jackets to attend weddings and other formal events.
Or, it can be casual, worn loose over jeans, tied at the waist. Feeling extra casual? This can also be a robe or worn as a swimsuit cover up.
How to care: Hand wash separately or dry clean (sorry!). Do not iron.
Like all of our products, this duster is Made in Barcelona at a local workshop with our atelier partners.
Ethical + Conscious Fashion Transparency Check:
• Moderate-High Transparency
• Fabrics - Bought locally in Dhaka, Bangladesh and Barcelona: Saree fabric is from a social impact store, Aarong, partnered with a local NGO in Bangladesh and working directly with artisans to ensure an ethical supply chain. This is a cotton fabric.
• Sewn - Made in a local workshop in Barcelona
This kimono-style silhouette lets you experience Japan while this Sari fabric allows you to travel to Bangladesh through fashion. Read more about each in our magazine and blog.