Maelu - Blocked-printed Modal Box Top - Poppy - Size L

Maelu - Blocked-printed Modal Box Top - Poppy - Size L

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$78.00
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This is an unfussy, every-day top from Portland-based designer, Maelu.  It has a boxy fit & button details on the back. The various patterns in this garment have all been individually hand block printed throughout the fabric, making each one completely unique.

MEASUREMENTS///

Bust (pit to pit): 24”

Length: 20.5”

*True to size, model is wearing a small.

*All measurements are approximate, +/- a tolerance that is expected with handmade clothing.

MATERIAL ///

Blockprint Modal in "Poppy"

NOTES ///

Due to the handprinted nature of block print, slight color differences and imperfections between fabrics are expected. These differences enhance the beauty of our textiles and are celebrated. Some natural dyes, especially indigo, may bleed and transfer. We recommend washing gently or with like colors in cold water and air drying.

 

 

 

ABOUT MAELU

Maelu is an ethical women’s apparel line designed by Meghna Dave in her Portland studio and handmade in India using traditional artisan techniques such as block printing, hand weaving and screen printing. They focus on sustainable textiles made with natural fibers and vegetable dyes.

As a second generation Indian American, designer Meghna Dave grew up immersed in her family's Indian culture, while equally inspired by American trends, pop culture, & timeless fashion.

After leaving her corporate life and taking some time to travel through India, she discovered that she longed to keep the vibrant art of her culture alive by mixing historical crafting techniques with new modern patterns and silhouettes.

With all of this in mind she created Maelu - an ethical women’s apparel line designed in Portland and handmade in India using traditional artisan techniques such as block printing, screen printing & hand weaving.  

Maelu strives to follow a sustainable business model by making responsible decisions and staying committed to the artisans behind our textiles.

They work directly with artisans and donate a portion of all profits back into the communities they work with. Their production is done by an NGO in Gujarat that fights for gender equality and empowers women against domestic violence.

They believe it's 100% possible to look good, feel good and do good.