Boxy Top Knives

$58.00

or 4 installments of $14.50 by Afterpay

Why We ♥ Nooworks: Woman-Owned, Artisan Designed, Sustainable, Ethical

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Description

The Boxy Top Knives from Nooworks Featuring artwork by Katie Benn.  Let’s be real, you better have your weapons out to protect you from getting this top stolen right off your back. The simple relaxed silhoutte looks great both tucked in or out.

  • Materials: 100 % Rayon
  • Sizing: Fits True to Size  XS- XXL
  • Care: Advise Dry Cleaning. May Gentle Wash Cold Water, Hang Dry
  • Knives artwork by Katie Benn
  • Lovingly Made in California

Additional information

Attribute

X-Small, Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, XX-Large

Sizing

True to Size XS- XXL

  • XS: 3.8″ Shoulder,  36″ Bust (Around), 22″ Length
  • SM: 3.8″ Shoulder, 38″ Bust (Around), 23″ Length
  • MD: 4″ Shoulder,  40″ Bust (Around), 24″ Length
  • LG: 4″ Shoulder, 43″ Bust (Around), 24″ Length
  • XL: 4.3″ Shoulder, 44″ Bust (Around), 25″ Length
  • XXL: 4.8″ Shoulder, 47.5″ Bust (Around), 25″ Length

If you have any questions about what size you should order, please don’t hesitate to reach out at hello@shopthepurpose.com

The Story of Nooworks

Nooworks is a women owned, woman run business that works with 4 artist a year to create limited edition textiles. Each design is limited to runs of 1000 yards so there are usually only 500 garments made in each textile ranging from kids leggings to women’s dresses in all shapes and sizes.

In an effort to be sustainable and keep all production in the USA they print their fabric using a method called rotary printing using high quality fabrics derived from plant matter. All their fabrics and garments are produced in California. They also source trims, notions and labels from other small businesses in the USA and print all paper products on recycled paper. Last but not least, they try to create a small impact on the world and provide all they work with a living wage.