Our New (Eco-Friendly!) Plant-Based Fabrics

Our New (Eco-Friendly!) Plant-Based Fabrics

As part of our new Desert Rose collection, we’re thrilled to offer these earth-friendly textiles for the first time: eucalyptus fiber, corn fiber, recycled cotton, and cotton sourced responsibly through the Better Cotton Initiative. All four are lightweight, breathable, beautifully textured, and easy to wear. Most importantly, they’re all-natural and ethically produced at every step of their journey.

We’re always seeking new ways to produce our clothing as responsibly as possible, and we hope you love wearing these new additions to our repertoire.

Corn Fiber

An exciting new option made from natural plant sugars, this fabric has a lovely drape and texture that helps bright colors keep their brilliance.


Better Cotton Initiative Cotton

The cotton used to create this top and skirt is sourced through our partners at the Better Cotton Initiative, who work to make cotton more sustainable for both people and planet. 


Eucalyptus Fiber

This fabric is made from eucalyptus trees in a process that uses less water and energy than traditional methods. It’s recyclable, biodegradable, and supremely comfortable.


Recycled Cotton

By crafting many of this season’s accessories from recycled cotton, we’ve given new life to textiles that we believe deserve better than a landfill.





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