We thoughtfully designed The Juniper Jumpsuit to deliver easy-going elegance. Made in our new silky-soft and plant-based ribbed Micromodal fabric, this jumpsuit drapes and flows beautifully over the body, offering flattering comfort from day to night. It has voluminous, wide-legged pants and a deep V-neck cut that perfectly showcases the structured bandeau lines.
Like all of our products, this design is cut and sewn by hand in California. However, the craftsmanship on the Juniper is unique, involving extra dedication and attention to detail. Each frilled hemline along the straps, armholes, and neckline is meticulously cut by hand. This thoughtful choice takes time and precision, resulting in a beautifully rustic and chic atheistic that we’re so proud to offer.
We love throwing the jumpsuit on over a workout outfit to carry us chicly through the day’s errands or pairing it with the bandeau or our favorite layering tee for a stylish nighttime look. And just like all of our one-pieces, our new Juniper Jumpsuit is designed with minimalism and versatility in mind, making it a hands-down essential piece in every wardrobe.
Why wear plant-based fabrics vs polyester-based or recycled poly-based fabrics?
1) Your body can breathe. Our fabrics made with natural fibers allows the body to breathe and feel more temperature regulated. When we wear plastic-based products, we are limiting our bodies capacity to fully breathe and come into contact with our natural environment.
2) You won’t be releasing harmful plastic microfibers into the environment when using products made from plant-based fabrics. When we use products made from synthetic materials, we are releasing millions of micro fibers of toxic and synthetic materials into our environment. Using truly eco-friendly, plant based fabrics eliminates that harmful issue.
3) Making synthetic/plastic-based fabrics is one of the biggest contributors to environmental pollution. The process is wasteful, uses a lot of energy and releases tons of harmful pollutants into our environment, thus contributing to global climate change.