We made Leona jumpsuit of natural linen & cotton fabrics. Then we adored it with block-print ethnic patterns - on the unattached long belt and hems. Leona jumpsuit is one of a kind.
The block print is unique as it is that the design has to be created by the artist before the printing begins. It is carved onto the wooden block by hand. The carved block is then dipped into the dye and stamped onto the fabric with steady hands. The whole process is done entirely by hand.
By using this ancient method, we turn the clock backwards. We aim to preserve authentic traditions, support artisan families and set a reminder that all the good things take time. Our intention is to bring to life a piece that is not only comfortable and aesthetic but also one of a kind and so to remind us of the beauty of differences.
The color palette we chose, makes it very easy to style with many types of accessories.
Featuring unattached long belt that can be tied in many ways – front, back or side and adjustable strings on both shoulders make fitting it to your body shape as easy as it can be.
we have created this beauty in small scale with great attention to the finest detail giving it an exquisite final look.
Made of 40% linen & 60% cotton blend we offer the benefit of both fabrics in one garment.
Linen is lightweight and durable which increases the life time of the garment, while cotton gives a smooth and soft touch to the texture.
Our linen cotton blend is highly breathable, absorbs a decent amount of moisture and at the same time releases it quickly, allows airflow to circulate through the garment and keeps you comfy.
After each wash, it will become softer and more pleasant to the skin.
Both cotton and linen are eco-friendly fabrics, made from natural fibers. Thus, the fabrics are 100% bio-digestible, environmentally and socially responsible.
Bust: 32-38 in
Waist: 34 in
Length: 52 in
Belt: length 84 in, width 4 in.
For the first few washes, wash separately by hand in cool water.
We love linen with its natural wrinkles, so for everyday look, we recommend to skip ironing. However, if you go for more formal occasions like wedding, you can go ahead and iron the jumpsuit with low setting on the iron or with steam. The best time to iron your linen garment is before it is fully dry.