Long tank top with tie up side slit details.

• Material: linen
• Dyed with indigo

Free size
Bust/Chest: 38″ (97cm)
Length: 35″ (89cm)

Our intention is to create timeless quality textiles worth loving and sharing for years to come. Each piece is one of a kind, meticulously crafted and hand-dyed in our studio using non-toxic dyes and carefully sourced fabrics.

Please note that due to the handcrafted nature of our works each piece is unique and the color/pattern may vary slightly from the image.

Jupiter

Long Tank Top

฿3,200

2 in stock

Long tank top with tie up side slit details.

• Material: linen
• Dyed with indigo

Free size
Bust/Chest: 38″ (97cm)
Length: 35″ (89cm)

Our intention is to create timeless quality textiles worth loving and sharing for years to come. Each piece is one of a kind, meticulously crafted and hand-dyed in our studio using non-toxic dyes and carefully sourced fabrics.

Please note that due to the handcrafted nature of our works each piece is unique and the color/pattern may vary slightly from the image.

Jupiter

Long Tank Top

฿3,200

2 in stock

SHIPPING

All orders are shipped worldwide with tracking from our studio in Chiang Mai, Thailand using first class priority airmail.

Shipping time varies by zone:

  • US: 2 weeks
  • Europe/Oceania: 2-3 weeks
  • Asia: 1 week

Please enter your details on the checkout page to see the full shipping information.

Your tracking number will be sent to you via email as soon as your order is shipped.

Processing time for in-stock items is 2 working days. For made-to-order items please allow an additional 7-10 working days crafting time.

Please note that due to the handcrafted nature of our works each one is unique and the color/pattern may vary slightly from the image.

PROCESS

This piece showcases the intricate artistry of shibori, an ancient Japanese dyeing technique that involves manipulating and compressing cloth similar to tie-dye.

The process begins with drawing on the fabric to envision and plan out the design, followed by stitching, compressing and binding the fabric. Stitching and tying hundreds of threads by hand makes this an especially time intensive process which can take up to an entire week. In this phase, the fabric is intricately manipulated to create resist areas where the dye is unable to fully penetrate. The fabric is then immersed into indigo and/or non-toxic dyes which penetrates exposed areas while the bound sections resist, resulting in distinctive patterns.

Shibori patterns are distinguished by soft, blurred edges, nuanced details, and subtle shade gradations. The uniqueness of these pieces lies in their countless minute variations. While the designs may initially appear structured, a closer look reveals the presence of human touch in every detail.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS

We’ve taken the extra care to put our pieces through multiple thorough washes to minimize the risk of color transfer. This way you can rest assured that these textiles are ready to become a part of your daily life.

Using indigo and non-toxic dyes lets us create textile works that will age gracefully over time. For optimal longevity please consider the following recommendations:

  • Handwash in lukewarm water with mild detergent (optional)
  • Avoid direct and repeated rubbing against light surfaces or other fabrics to minimize color transfer
  • If using a washing machine choose a gentle setting without spinning
  • Hang-dry away from direct sunlight