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Arnhem Sabba Shorts - Sunset Cream

Arnhem Sabba Shorts - Sunset Cream

Regular price $46.59
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The Sabba Shorts by Arnhem are the perfect shorts for endless summer days. A relaxed and elasticated style, with a bold print in Sunset Cream. Pair with our Sabba Halter Top for a casual daytime look.

Features

*Items on Final Sale can not be returned for change of mind.  They can be returned for a genuine fault as per Australian Consumer Law.

Elasticated waistband and drawstring with tassel detailing.

Side seam pockets.

Colour/ pattern: Sunset Cream.

Fit: true to size.

    Sustainable supply chain from design to production.

      Ethically made by Rose, in China.

       

      Shop more Sustainable Women's Clothing here.

      Sizing

      Fits true to size. Casey (studio model) is wearing a size 6. Height: 170cm, Bust: 84cm, Waist: 61cm, Hips: 88cm.

      Made from

      100% Lenzing Ecovero

      Care & Use

      Cold Hand Wash with mild plant-based detergent. Re-shape when wet and dry flat out of direct sunlight. Do not wring or twist. Some shrinkage may occur after wash. To return to original shape warm iron with steam following the grain of the fabric. Dry cleanable.

      Circular life

      When a garment or textile can no longer be worn, mended, swapped, gifted, donated or upcycled, please contact your Council to find the nearest textile recycling scheme.

      Made in

      China

      Brand story
      Arnhem Bickley had a unique, nomadic childhood, spending her early years travelling around Australia and the world with her family. It's there she cultivated a deep understanding and connection to the Earth that supports us. Her passion for design was evident from the age of four when she began sewing clothes for her dolls. Later, Arnhem became committed to sustainability, minimising her impact and living a zero waste lifestyle. By the age of 18 Arnhem was operating her first business, creating clothes and selling them at local music festivals. In 2009, Arnhem launched her fledgling brand at the Byron Bay markets and swiftly grew an online presence, as one of the early brands on Instagram. With sustainability in the brand DNA, Arnhem the label creates unique wears through ethical production methods and low-impact resources.
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