Crop Patchwork Top Honorata
- Asymmetrical front and row cut edge hem
- Light washed and softened fabric, made from 100% recycled natural linen, unique texture was made by hands using fabric off-cuts from mass sewing companies
- Made in Lithuania
- Care instructions: machine wash
THE BRANDReda Paula is a sustainable fashion brand for women and men. Exclusive design clothes are produced using eco-friendly materials. This brand believes in a slow, circular economy with less of an impact for environment. Reda Paula produces her designs in small quantities and reuses materials to create new pieces of patchwork. The brand only creates pieces you will truly love and want to keep in your wardrobe for years.
All Reda Paula fabrics, buttons and trims come from offcuts and dead stock, in order to reduce waste and lower our CO2 emission. We only collect the highest quality fabrics from reputable sewing manufacturers, focusing on organic, natural materials - reimagining the destiny of textile waste through timeless and versatile designs brought to live through repurposed textiles.
Committed to using mainly natural fibres, such as linen, silk, wool and viscose, our fabrics are processed with minimal use of chemicals - Chemicals and pesticides having a huge impact on the environment.
To avoid plastic as much as possible, all our packing is 100% biodegradable. We use paper labels made of recycled paper, and collaborate with green printing services to come up with new, eco friendly resources. For printing we use soya dye.
For all shipped garments, we currently use courier paper boxes and recycled wrapping paper – Easily reusable and recyclable.
SIZE & FIT- Relaxed fit, crop
This product is made to order. It may take about 5 – 10 working days to prepare the garment for your delivery. Please note that we don’t warehouse our poduction or fabrics.
Estimated delivery times:- Europe, USA & Canada 5-10 days from dispatch
- Rest of the world 10-15 days from dispatch
In partnership with the Conscious Fashion Campaign Aequem is aligning with the UN Sustainable Development Goals. All the labels showcased on Aequem are a part of this initiative. Reda Paula aligns with the following: