The Rachana Cross Hatch Jumpsuit from Tonle’ will be your go to piece when you want an effortless yet stylish look. We call the Rachana, the jumpsuit for all bodies. Hand-stamped, and made with remnant pre-washed and shrunk linen, this sustainable zero waste garment is something to be proud of both in and out of.
- Material: Linen
- Sizing: Relaxed SM- XL
- Inseam 23″ Hits at natural waist
- Care: Machine Wash Cold, Hang Dry
- Zero-Waste Process
- Handmade in Cambodia
- Signed by the Maker
This piece is sized XS-XXL, with an XS fitting a 0-2 and an XXL fitting a 20-22. The fit of this garment is made to be relaxed and comfortable. For a more fitted look we recommend selecting a size down. Tall customers may want to size up for length. Please refer to the size chart in image gallery for more details. If you have any questions about what size you should order, please don’t hesitate to reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org
Material & Care
This piece is made from rayon and/or linen – sourced as deadstock and offcuts left over from larger garment manufacturers. It has been hand-printed with water-based non-toxic inks with our custom designed prints. To best take care of your zero waste upcycled garment (and to protect the earth), we recommend machine washing in cold water, and hanging to dry. This garment can be ironed on medium heat, but after linen is washed a few times, it softens and does not need much ironing. Tonle’ fabrics are hand selected each week from remnant markets where large manufacturers bring discarded off-cuts and deadstock, and they do their best to select the most consistent, comfortable, and high quality fabrics. Fabrics are pre-washed and shrunk, but if you machine dry this garment it may shrink slightly.
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.