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Size Guide

Sizing is such a personal thing and the look of a garment changes completely when you choose to wear a garment fitted or relaxed. Think about the mood you want to create and what you will team it with when wearing the garment for example: for a dressier corporate look you may want to choose a darker colour for an elegant, formal feeling and a lighter one for weekends. This will guide you to to make smart decisions to have reliable outfits in your wardrobe that work together. 

Where possible we now add the model size and fit under each product description to help with your choice as well. If upon receiving your garment you would like to change the size it is our pleasure to exchange this free of charge.
A wee styling tip to see you on your way while wardrobe planning for the coming season: 
Balance:  If you're wearing an oversized top keep the bottoms slimline or mini and take advantage of tights during winter to rock shorts and make it all about legs.  The same goes in reverse: if wearing wide-leg or drawstring relaxed pants, wear something tight on top, tuck it in and if you feel like you need more, throw and oversized jacket for drama and roll up the sleeves to expose wrists and team with a statement ring or bracelets.  Have fun and experiment!

J. Isaac Vásquez García, master weaver and dyer, the eldest living member of the one of the oldest weaving families in Teotitlán del Valle, México, pioneered the renaissance of using pre-Hispanic natural dyes on pure wool. Isaac’s three sons, five daughters and their families take great pride in keeping this tradition alive, despite the more time consuming and expensive nature of this methods when compared with the more modern use of chemical dyes and acrylic fiber.

They perform all steps by hand, taking the raw material wool to finished rug carding, spinning, dyeing and weaving. Their design are drawn from both modern and ancient Zapotec sources.

When Mexican artists Rufino Tamayo and Francisco Toledo wanted to express their work in textile form it was Isaac they turned to, as Spanish artist Pablo Picasso did later.


Length 1.48cm

Width 81cm