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Bayon Button-up Tunic

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Why Wetonlé: Ethical, Sustainable, Women-Owned, Philanthropic

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Description

The Bayon Button-up Tunic from Tonle’ is a classic example of timeless fashion. Like your favorite white button down dress shirt, this unisex tunic can go from day to night. Belt it, wear it as a dress, or keep the eastern vibe by layering over pants. Both men and women alike will keep this piece on repeat. Hand dyed with plant based materials like turmeric or slate, it can take up to 3 days per garment to perfect. Due to the natural dying process each piece will vary in color.

  • Zero Waste Up-cycled Rayon/Linen
  • Sourced as deadstock and offcuts left over from larger garment manufacturers
  • Naturally Dyed
  • Mock Neck Collar
  • Unisex Design
  • Sizing: True to size for a women’s fit
  •  Size up for a men’s style fit
    • approx. 43″ L
  • Care: Wash gently in cold water and hang dry
  • Handmade with love in Cambodia
  • Each garment is signed by the maker

Additional information

Attribute

Mustard Small, Mustard Medium, Mustard Large, Mustard X-Large

Sizing

At tonlé, they generally design their garments for a comfy and loose fit. If you are looking for something more fitted, we recommend going to the smaller size. The tonlé size chart runs about 3 inches larger than the leading fast fashion companies, so please keep that in mind when checking out our sizing.  If you have any questions about what size you should order, please don’t hesitate to reach out at hello@shopthepurpose.com See size chart in image gallery.

The Story of Tonlé

At Tonlé, they see fashion differently – from the way it’s made to the way it’s worn. As a zero waste, ethical fashion brand on a big mission, to reduce waste generated by larger factories and change the way business is done in the fashion industry. The process starts with scrap waste sourced from mass clothing manufacturers. Using every last thread, to create handmade clothing and accessories signed by their Cambodian makers, who are being paid a fair wage in a healthy and uplifting work environment.

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