Finally, a workout top so stylish you’ll want to wear it as an everyday crop top! Inspired by the 90’s halter trend, it has a high squared neckline with thick straps that connect with a gorgeous low-cut back. Fully self-lined with double fabric band on bottom for additional support. Dazey LA creates top quality clothing hand-drawn and handmade in Los Angeles in small batches. Dazey embraces slow fashion methods to bring customers high quality, eco-friendly clothing. They make a conscious effort to eliminate waste by making all of their products to order rather than in larger quantities that create unneeded product. Every purchase purchase of the Peace It Together Stretch Top supports multiple small, women owned business that put the planet + people first!
- Hand drawn design printed and ethically made in Los Angeles, CA
- Made from a high quality soft-as-butter poly and recycled cotton mix
- Made in sustainable, made-to-order small batches
- High waisted fit with self-lined band.
- Hand wash or machine wash and hang dry
Dazey LA is a Los Angeles, CA based clothing company started in 2016 by designer, photographer, and feminist Danielle Nagel. Dazey LA is an art apparel brand with a mission to empower women through conversation and community. One of Dazey LA's main goals is to create a safe space for women to talk about tricky topics, including self care, inclusivity, women’s rights, and navigating our ever increasing digital world. Another company priority for Dazey LA is sustainability and ethical manufacturing practices. All Dazey tees are made from 100% certified organic cotton and are hand drawn and handmade to order in LA. They create their clothing to order in an effort to have ZERO waste and do their best to make a positive impact on the environment. Dazey LA believes that in order to be a company that stands for empowerment, every person that touches their tees should be positively impacted. Their production process is fully ethical and their garment workers are paid a living wage and work in clean, safe facilities. Dazey believes conversation and education creates change. They use their tees, social media presence, and Slow Fashion practices to do just that.