Sassy Succulent Floral Crop Top
Pops of complimentary marigolds and succulents in the front, creamy crochet knit in the back. A crop top with a unique personality, just like you. Layer over a tank with jeans for a fun, relxed look.
∞ size: (M)agical / (L)uminous // US 8-10
cotton (front) and spun cotton yard (back)
bust: 25" across ( 50" circumference)
waist: 21" across ( 42" circumference)
length: 16" (from shoulder to base of front) 18" (from shoulder to base of back)
arm holes: 11" circumference at elbow
*NO STRETCH in front, some in back*
Fit: roomy in the body, slender through the arm.
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∞ care instructions: Machine wash, gentle cycle. Hang to dry. Cool iron on front floral print to remove wrinkles.
∞ shipping: Garment is shipped USPS with tracking number (upon request). Please allow 10-14 days for arrival. (Often it arrives sooner if you live in the US.)
∞ storage: Clothing is stored in temperature controlled space inside a garment bag, unworn until purchase. It is freshly washed prior to shipping.
∞ COVID: I purposely don't wear these garments while modeling to respect current health considerations. I hold them up to give you an idea of fit and vibe.
When I make clothes, I can feel when they have a home to go to. There's something almost preverbal, primal, powerful: a rawness and also a deep connection to lineage. Gratitude for my ancestry (my grandmother taught me to sew) and a grace amidst the grittiness of this modern paced life slows me down. Combining cast away clothes/ scraps with lux fabrics represents a process of internal transformation. These garments symbolize our interconnectednss as whole and our uniqueness as an important threads in the tapestry of life. Each piece seems to land with its rightful person to honor their unique journey in a universal search for meaning and love.
This Crop Top:
This was part of a mini collection of reverse engineered (upcycled) sweaters turned into crop tops with the help of this stunning print. Its sister sold the night of SolaVita's lauch @urbanuniversityoakland