Reworked Vintage Embroidered Top
Reworked Vintage Embroidered Top
Reworked Vintage Embroidered Top
Reworked Vintage Embroidered Top
Reworked Vintage Embroidered Top
Reworked Vintage Embroidered Top
Reworked Vintage Embroidered Top
Reworked Vintage Embroidered Top

Reworked Vintage Embroidered Top

Regular price $120.00

1970's vintage Filipino barong hand-embroidered top, hand-dyed using Logwood. Logwood is a flowering tree in the legume family, that is native to southern Mexico and northern Central America. It has been used as a dye since the 1500s Reworked and revived in our San Francisco Studio. One-of-a-kind.

Details

  • Cropped fit
  • Vintage Garment 
  • Best fits size S-L, depending on desired fit
  • Hand-dyed using natural, organic dye matter.
  • zero waste garment

Material & Care
100% cotton.

We encourage you to spot clean and spray with a mixture of lavender (or any other antimicrobial essential oil) and water while the garment is inside-out for a refresh. Washing less helps to extend the life of your garment. 
When necessary wash in cold water and hang dry.  

A little disclaimer about logwood: it's quite sensitive to color shifting. I recommend keeping anything dyed with logwood away from citrus juice. The citric acid removes the color from the cloth. 

Measurements

shoulders: 18"  
bust: 22.5"
waist: 22.5"
length: 21"
sleeve (from shoulder): 26"

*measurements are taken seam to seam while lying flat 
*doubled for bust, waist, and hips.

Vintage/second-hand items may come with minor flaws due to pre-loved wear. Plant dyed items are all dyed by hand and saturation dye patterns tend to not be uniform (which is a characteristic that we LOVE). Please enjoy and appreciate this item with its unique character. Vintage items are FINAL SALE. We want you to be happy with your one-of-a-kind piece, so please email thefuturepaststudio@gmail.com for any questions regarding fit or condition. 


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