jadyn jacket

$88 USD

*Special note: This style is available now for pre-order and will be shipped in two weeks*

This streamlined jacket features patch pockets; the open front can be pulled together with our ring belt in a matching or contrasting color. The sleeves are slightly cropped and can be cuffed to show the contrast lining. 

This jacket is a gender-expansive style designed in collaboration with Christopher, aka The Plant Kween. These are their style notes: “This jersey-lined jacket flows on the body like water, hunty! Paired with a belt, you can serve multiple lewks whether you're heading to a function, running an errand or sitting perched at home.”

The pieces in the Plant Kween x tonlé collection were created out of a shared appreciation for radical self-love, healing, community care, and (of course) plants! This clothing combines Christopher’s visionary style with tonlé’s sustainable, zero waste process, as each piece is made from reclaimed materials. The comfortable drape of this jacket and relaxed shoulder slope is designed to fit many body types as part of our work to disrupt gender binarism in the fashion industry. Clothing in this collection allows fashion to be a form of self-expression and joy for our team making these pieces, and for our community wearing them.

Size:
Color: royal blue cotton w. mustard lining

We are working to reject and disrupt gender binarism in the fashion industry. Because traditional size charts can often be quite binary - we invite you to consider our measurements included in our sizing chart when considering which items may fit you best. If you have any questions about our sizing, don’t hesitate to reach out to us! We have worked to make our garments have an adaptable fit for all bodies. Please note that some garments may have specific fit notes and those will be included in the notes about that specific garment’s fit.

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This piece is made from linen and or a cotton/linen blend – sourced as deadstock and offcuts left over from larger garment manufacturers. 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. Our fabrics are hand selected each week from remnant markets where large manufacturers bring discarded off-cuts and deadstock, and we do our 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.

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