This garment is made responsibly by hand in Jaipur, India. The fabric is 100% cotton and cozier than ever.
Robes are designed for the streets, the beach, and the sheets.
This hand-woven textile is called Ikat. The textile’s production process is incredibly complex as the weaver hand-dyes the yarn rather than the final woven material. This technique developed independently across many different cultures and continents dating back to the 5th century. We first fell in love with these designs while traveling around India in 2014 and we’re stoked to make them available to you.
Take a fun lifestyle photo and send it to us at hello@TheRobeLives.com and we will feature you on our Instagram page.
Each robe purchased continues to enroll one young woman living in poverty into a sexual and reproductive health education program and provides her with a silicone menstrual cup, which lasts 10 years, to alleviate her from the effects of period poverty and keep her in school. This is made possible thanks to TheCup.org. Learn more on The Lives page.
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