Arkitaip

Greta Romper - Camel

$273

The Greta Linen Jumpsuit in black linen is the more elegant version of Arkitaip's classic Gretl Romper, special and wearable at the same time. Its flared sleeves and the daring V-back make this piece an alluring yet comfortable one-piece. 

The Greta is cut from 100% non-see through and sustainable linen and features a front peek-a-boo section. Its front tie can be adjusted according to your body shape.

  • Made of 100% Belgian, MASTERS OF LINEN®-certified linen.
  • Designed in London and responsibly crafted in Portugal.
  • Clara is 164cm tall and is wearing a size S.

 

SUSTAINABILITY

  • All of Arkitaip's fabrics are certified with the MASTERS OF LINEN®-mark and carry the OEKO-TEX® 100 Standard-Label guaranteeing a traceable, sustainable, European production.
  • Here's why we love linen so much: linen is a natural, durable, hypo-allergenic, temperature-regulating and highly breathable material. The cultivation of flax (the plant linen is made of) is environmentally-friendly as it uses less water, chemicals and land. Find out more here.
  • Arkitaip source their linens from Italy, the Czech Republic, Belgium, and Austria.
  • They fully oversee their supply chain, putting the highest ecological and social standards at the core of their work.
  • Their garments are made in Portugal by a small team of seamstresses. By solely working with European small-scale suppliers, we can guarantee fair wages & good working conditions.
  • Hang tags are made of sugar cane waste & care labels are cut from organic cotton.
  • Arkitaip's shipping mailers are made of home-compostable cornstarch.
  • They've fully eliminated plastic from our supply & shipping journeys.
  • Read more about their mission here.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS

  • Wash your linen piece gently and preferably by hand.
  • When machine-washing it, wash it on a low temperature (ideally cold or on max. 30 degrees) and on a gentle spinning cycle to protect the garment's fibers.
  • Use a mild and preferably organic detergent to best preserve the piece's colour and fit.
  • Lay it flat to dry - tumble drying is bad for the environment anyways ...
  • Read more on how to wash more eco-friendly here.

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