Jackets are pieces of clothing that are essential and so irresistable when you find the right one. It's got to have style and be uniqueness and have a little something extra. Am I right? The Chanlina Jacket has all 3 essential elements and so much more - which is why international ethical fashion blogger @jillematthews and @jenniferbnini founder of Eco Warrior Princess have included the Chanlina Jacket (previously called the Kimono jacket) amongst their collection of favourite ethical clothing pieces.
As far as a sustainable piece of clothing goes, the Manina Poncho will make your wardrobe smile from the heart. Each piece is truely unique - being made from black scraps of fabric that have been hand crafted. This winter weight piece was made by a creator who has spent hours carefully interlacing the soft cotton yarn on a traditional wooden weaving loom to create this gorgeous garment for you. The striped detail through the fabric is crafted by using left over scraps of black jersey t-shirt fabric combined with natural soft cotton yarn to create a draped poncho to warm your shoulders.
The Poncho is great for some, however if you're more a jacket girl, try the Chanlina Jacket in the black and twill weave instead. But no doubt, you'll find this poncho will bring you complete comfort to wear and your ethical consciousness will be happy. Know that you're clothing supports both fair employment and also preserves a traditional Cambodian art form.
You can now spread the cost of buying this jacket over 4 easy fortnightly payments with Afterpay. Get the quality and ethical style you're after, without compromising.
Tonle clothing is sustainable and ethical; handcrafted under a 'zero waste' policy. Handwoven from black and white cotton thread and hand cut black jersey cotton yarn -80-100% cotton, made from scrap fabric off cuts.
Gentle machine wash in a laundry bag‚ hang dry‚ warm iron