Limited Edition Sadie Jumpsuit Green
$ 139.00 AUD
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Our Sadie jumpsuit is a must-have for any season. This oversized jumpsuit is the ultimate in comfort, made from breathable fabric and featuring a low back with a tie detail.
Fabric: surplus fabric (similar feel to linen).
Wide 3/4 Legs with frayed bottoms.
Lower back with tie detail.
Available in green and navy.
Model is 167cm tall and wearing a size XS.
+ Australian designed
+ Australian made
+ Eco-friendly fabrics
+ Social enterprise
Indecisive is designed and made in Port Kembla, New South Wales, Australia.
Learn more about Indecisive here.
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AUSTRALIAN OR NEW ZEALAND DESIGNED
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No animal textiles or animal by-products.
Open and honest supply chains from fabrics through to finishes.
Trading to provide people access to employment and training or skills development to help alleviate poverty in regional communities by utilising artisan crafts or traditional techniques.
Fabrics such as RPET or ECONYL, or repurposed dead stock fabrics.