CHEA SHIRT
CHEA SHIRT - GOOD KRAMA
CHEA SHIRT
CHEA SHIRT - GOOD KRAMA
CHEA SHIRT - GOOD KRAMA
CHEA SHIRT - GOOD KRAMA
CHEA SHIRT
CHEA SHIRT

CHEA SHIRT

2 reviews Regular price €145.00 EUR Sale price €87.00 EUR
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STORY

Meet the retro CHEA button-up shirt. The handwoven bamboo version feels super soft and drapes wonderfully. The organza checkered version has a more structured look. Both versions can be styled tucked in, open and loose or tied in the front. 

FIT

This shirt has an overall relaxed fit. We recommend ordering your usual size. If you want a more fitted look, order a size down. If you want a more oversized look, order one size up.

Matthew is 180cm tall and wears a size M regular and L oversized.

Raksa is 162cm tall and wears a size S regular and L oversized.

FABRIC

  • 100% handwoven natural bamboo
  • 100% handwoven organza+cotton checkered fabric
  • Both textiles were created in the Takeo Province of Cambodia.

FEATURES

  • Unisex style
  • Short sleeves
  • Relaxed fit
  • Coconut buttons (bamboo) or silk covered button (organza)

Clothes are piling up in your laundry basket? You’re not being lazy, you’re just being a really good person. Only wash as needed – you’ll save on water, detergent and your clothes will last way longer. 

We recommend following these mindful care tips:

  • Wash Cold: most of the energy spent in conventional washing machines is used heating the water. We recommend switching to cold water cycled or washing at max 30°C.
  • Hang Dry: Skip the drier! Air-drying your clothes even just 6 months a year can save hundreds of kilos of Co2 from entering the atmosphere. 
  • Iron Cool: All of our garments can be ironed. We recommend setting your iron on medium heat and ironing the garments on reverse. Definitely do not iron on prints!
  • Hand Wash: Our handwoven fabrics are super delicate. While you can place them in a laundry net and a delicate cycle, we recommend hand-washing them whenever possible. 

FUN FACT: 95% of discarded clothing can be recycled or upcycled. Don't trash your unwanted clothes: Mend, donate, swap them!

By following these smart care instructions, you can make positive impact and generate countless savings in key resources: