Sahara Linen Ruffle Bandeau Top
**Please note: this garment is made to order and takes 2-3 weeks to ship. You will get an email when your order is ready to ship.**
The Linen Ruffle Bandeau Top is perfect for beach days or your favorite summer festival. Handmade from beautiful and breathable natural linen. This top is part of Sundays zero waste collection. The linen fabric used was from leftover fabric after production. Pair it with your favorite denim shorts or the Hermosa Linen Shorts.
- Elastic neckline, floaty silhouette
- Relaxed, true to size fit
- Made from 100% zero waste linen that was leftover after production. Linen is a fine fiber extracted from the stems of the flax plant. Flax grows naturally, requiring less water than cotton. Linen is recyclable, biodegradable, and an eco-friendly fabric.
- Handcrafted with love in Brooklyn, New York
- The less you wash this garment, the longer it will last. Machine was with cold water and line dry
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Sundays Designs is a clothing brand started by Edina Szender that creates capsule collections featuring timeless designs that are made to last, so you’ll treasure your garment and love wearing it for years to come. All Sundays garments are mindfully designed and manufactured in New York City and Miami. Sundays maintains a close relationship with their family owned and operated factory to ensure the highest levels of quality and ethical production practices. Manufacturing locally not only means Sundays supports other small and local business, but they are also able to lower their carbon footprint on the environment and their contribution to fossil fuels. Sundays also operates a made-to-order model to ensure no excess textile waste or emissions occur as a result of production. Sundays is on their way to becoming a zero waste company by reusing any scrap materials during production. Sundays uses only natural fibers, mainly linen, in all their designs. Their fabrics are cooling and breathable in the sun and better for your skin, as well as the planet. In additional to their commitment to ethical and sustainable practices, protecting animals and their home is the moral compass behind Sundays work. They are a PETA-approved, vegan brand with a focus on sustainability in everything they do.