small batch, ethically made from eco-friendly plant-based fibers
We started sewing ballet-inspired bolero tops to style with our photoshoots and enough of you asked for them that we decided to make them available to our customers. We are offering are bolero sleeves in every size so you can find your perfect fit. Each sleeve features thumb holes for a cozy 90s grunge look. We opted to use an extremely soft, luxurious fabric - tencel - to provide lasting comfort all day. Tencel is breathable, moisture-wicking, antimicrobial and extremely good for sensitive skin. Our tencel is made from wood pulp sourced from sustainable wood sources and woven locally in Los Angeles.
SMALL BATCH, ETHICALLY MADE
Our tencel basic collection is ethically made in small batches by our family run factory in Los Angeles, CA. Our highly skilled sewers receive fair wages to make your garments.
Tencel is a luxury eco-friendly material that is fully compostable and biodegradable. It is soft, strong and boasts moisture-wicking antimicrobial properties. Tencel garments are long-lasting and retain strength and softness. The production of tencel uses 20% less water than cotton and the chemicals and solvents used in the process of breaking down the wood pulp are recovered and recycled with minimal waste and very low emissions. Our fabric is made from sustainable wood sources and woven in LA.
- bolero sleeve
- features thumb holes at opening
- ethically made in los angeles
- Made from tencel, a plant-based fiber which is breathable, antimicrobial and luxuriously soft
FIT & CARE
This style is available in XS-3X. To find your best fit, please use our size chart. The cotton basics run true to size and we suggest purchasing your normal size in this style.
Meeya is wearing a size XS in this style.
94% tencel, 6% spandex
This eco-friendly, plant-based fiber requires some additional care. Always wash your tencel pieces in cold water on gentle cycle and lay flat to dry. To avoid pilling, launder inside out, preferably in a laundry bag. Using heat during washing or drying will result in your garment shrinking.