Made from wild organic Cotton and naturally dyed.
The Siahn Top was designed to match perfectly with any of the bottoms across the entire collection. A must have wardrobe essential. Model also wears: the Azalia Skirt (it's the perfect set!)
Model wears size M in Natural for an over size look & in Olive she wears an S
Her height is 5'8in/173cm
Bust is 32.5in/83cm
Waist is 24in/61cm
XS Length- 35cm/13.7inch
XS Upper Waist- 60cm/23.6inch
XS Bust- 88cm/34.6inch
S Length- 36cm/14inch
S Upper Waist- 64cm/25inch
S Bust- 92cm/36.2inch
M Length- 37cm/14.5inch
M Upper Waist- 68cm/26.7inch
M Bust- 96cm/37.7inch
L Length- 38cm/14.9inch
L Upper Waist- 72cm/28.3inch
L Bust- 100cm/39.3inch
XL Length- 39cm/15.3inch
XL Upper Waist- 76cm/29.9inch
XL Bust- 104cm/40.9inch
Please Note: This Top runs small . We suggest sizing up
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Please note ~ color tones may vary slightly on each piece as it is hand dyed & naturally dyed adding to its uniqueness. If you are planning on buying a "matching set" of the olive color, we recommend buying it together. That way we can match the color tones. We can not guarantee if brought at different times that the color tones will match perfectly.
Savannah Morrow The Label is proud to work with wild organic cotton, grown with no GMOS, fertilisers, pesticides or insecticides and is 100% biodegradable.
Did you know, modern cotton farming accounts for 25% of the worlds use of insecticides? These chemicals are extremely harmful to the earths environment, people and wild life.
Read more about the Savannah Morrow The Label materials here.
The Siahn Top is naturally colored with plant based dyes made from tree bark and leaves that are grown on sustainable farms, owned by the zero-waste factory creating the dyes.
By choosing naturally dyed products, you are choosing to consciously make a difference in the world we share. Most fashion is chemically dyed, causing a huge pollution problem for our home, the earth, plus it is the no.1 polluter of clean water (after agriculture).
Read more about the Savannah Morrow The Label factories and dying process here.