We are heading into a big change here as we've started our new clothing production. We have lots of beautiful handloom styles to come, but we haven't forgot about one of our best sellers this season, the 'Bengal Border Tunic'. http://bit.ly/1ZCJjaL
What was your favorite handloom style this season?
Wow - we are almost sold out of our 'Four Seasons Tunics'! Summertime is here and the weekend is right around the corner. For the last few pieces, we've decided to clear this style out for our new and exciting designs. Now until the end of the month, enter the code 'JJC4B7JJECQL' when purchasing the 'Four Season Tunic' style and receive 15% off! Get it before they're all gone: http://bit.ly/1X9o2qD
It's heating up here in the Bay Area. About time to grab some shorts and sandals and hit the beach! Don't forget to pack your favorite Handloom tunic too! Our 'Bengal Border Tunic' is a perfect summer style and matches great with the hint of gold zari on our 'Royal Vine - Sea' scarf. Even our 'Brocade Breeze - Gold' wants a chance in the sun!
Snag your beach accessories here: 'Bengal Border Tunic - Mint' - http://bit.ly/1ZCJjaL'Royal Vine - Sea' - http://bit.ly/1TmsosF'Brocade Breeze - Gold' - http://bit.ly/22fCDkS
One of our customers, Tatiana Temple, showing some handloom love with her recent purchase of 'Arctic Fringe - Ocean' and our new ombre ikat favorite 'Gio - Pink'. Thanks for the shoutout - always happy to hear from a satisfied handloom customer! <3 "When you buy clothing, do you ever think of people who made them? And why does it matter? I think that the energy of the people making your "stuff" transfers into the things, and into your home. That is why I prefer hand-made items whenever possible. So, yesterday my theory got another proof. I received two scarves from Indigo Handloom, made by hand, with low environmental impact. And I have to say, they just feel joyous, and...
When people try on natural handwoven clothing for the first time, they report an experience that can only be described as their skin ‘thanking’ them. This is not imagined. It’s not just the natural fiber that feels good, it’s what’s missing— chemicals. Manufacturers of milled cloth can use up to 2000 different chemicals in fabric making. According to a report from the textile magazine, EcoTextiles, it takes from 10% to 100% of the weight of the fabric in chemicals to actually produce the fabric! These chemicals are used to give the fabric the unnatural characteristics we’ve come to expect in our clothes like, non-iron or wrinkle-free, flame-retardant, shrinkage-free, water-repellant, stain-repellant, anti-cling, perspiration-proof, and more. These qualities are obtained by saturating...