Breeze Romper studio

Aventura Clothing

Breeze Romper


SKU#: K128841

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    Product Description

    Structured and sharp, but comfortable and easy-going, plus made with ethical production - what can't the Breeze Romper do? Ethical production starts with the fibers: a blend of hemp and Tencel™ lyocell give back to the earth by ensuring responsible sourcing and significant or total reduction of raw toxic chemical use. Next, production at a Fair Trade Certified™ factory ensures workers are treated and paid fairly, while providing opportunities for community improvement. Overall, this lends you a romper that is durable, soft (and softer with each wash), wrinkle-resistant, breathable, and perfect for summer adventures. Styled with short sleeves, functional buttons, an integrated tie belt, a vintage-inspired overall stripe, and pockets. We know you'll be reaching for the Breeze time and time again.

    Product Details

    • 54% hemp, 44% TENCEL™ lyocell, 2% spandex
    • 4" inseam
    • Button front closure
    • Elastic waist with functional tie
    • Side entry and back pockets
    • Fixed cuff on leg opening
    • Sustainable style
    • Machine wash cold, tumble dry low, warm iron if needed
    • Designed in the USA
    • Made in a Fair Trade Certified™ factory in India
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    Fair Trade Certified™

    More than just fair treatment and wages, Fair Trade Certified™ empowers female garment workers who otherwise would be stuck in situations where they are unable to free themselves from poverty, provide for their families, gain independence, or obtain an education for their children⁠.

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    TENCEL™ Lyocell

    TENCEL™ lyocell is a form of rayon made from wood pulp and produced in an ecofriendly closed loop system.

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    Quick growing and requiring minimal inputs, hemp has been a favored fabric since 8000 BC. It requires little to no irrigation, naturally resists pests and weeds, and returns up to 70% of nutrients back to the soil.

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