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Drebulė

Cotton Crop Top

€139

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Core Colors:
Silver grey

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Hand finished

Female-founded factory

For this design, we took a deep dive into the memories of childhood and freedom in the Baltics. Inspired by the fictional character Drebulė, daughter of Eglė from the classic Lithuanian folktale 'Eglė the Queen of Serpents,' the piece effortlessly transitions from a crop top to a comfortable bralette. Hand-finished with a delicate sandwich trim along the neck and armholes, Drebulė embodies elegance and functionality in equal measure.

  • MATERIAL & CARE

    100% Organic Cotton. Certified by ICEA.

    Store folded (your mom will be proud) and dry clean only.

  • FREE SHIPPING & FREE EXCHANGES

    What's better than a sustainably sourced knit? A sustainably sourced knit that comes with free shipping and free exchanges.

    If for some reason you'd like to return a piece altogether, we'll always accept unworn, unwashed and unaltered knits with original tags attached. Head to our FAQ for more details.

  • SUSTAINABILITY

    We don't believe in deadstock. All of our Drebulė tops are produced in small batches at our our female-lead, female-run partner factory in Lithuania, overseen by Mrs Zina. We only make as much as we're sure to sell.

    For this knit we opted for 100% organically grown cotton yarn, with no microplastics and no harmful or irritant chemicals used. Certified organic by ICEA.

    The best part? You'll get a card with your order telling you exactly who knitted your garment and a little about them."

MATCH WITH

Šatrija

Wrap Skirt

€189
Core Colors:
Silver Grey

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We'll drop you a message when is back in stock.

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NOTES FROM OUR DESIGN TEAM

Our latest arrivals embark on a nostalgic journey into the carefree days of childhood, inspired by the timeless connection between our Baltic heritage and nature's embrace. Drawing from the enchantment of wild swimming under the night sky, we delved into the Lithuanian folktale of "Eglė, The Queen of Serpents," finding resonance in its themes of togetherness and reverence for the natural world. Through intricate knit stitches echoing rippling water and braiding patterns reminiscent of traditional rituals — mirroring the sisters bathing in the lake in the folktale — our new pieces evoke the essence of summer's magic.