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The Emily Dress

$44.40$74.00

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Why We  Tonlé: Ethical, Sustainable, Women-Owned, Philanthropic

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Description

This long-sleeved dress features a wide scoop neck and form-fitting cut, with a hem that hits just below the knees. Chic and sophisticated, our Emily dress can be paired with heeled boots and fine accessories, and layered under your favorite sweater, vest or jacket.

Made from reclaimed jersey in Tonle’s unique zero waste process, this sustainable fashion dress is a staple for any minimalist capsule wardrobe.

  •  Cotton jersey remnants
  • 90% natural, plant-based fiber
  • Zero waste upcycled garment
  • Fabrics are pre-washed and shrunk, but if you machine dry this garment it may shrink slightly.
  • Ethically made in Cambodia

Additional information

Variant

Plum XS, Plum SM, Plum MED, Plum LRG, Plum XL, Black XS, Black SM, Black MED, Black LRG, Black XL

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.

Tonlé's Story

Why We  Tonlé: Ethical, Sustainable, Women-Owned, Philanthropic

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.