The Olivia Skirt can be whatever you style it to be – punk rock or sunday fancy. Pair it with the Boxy Crop Top and Brennan Denim Jacket for a rocker flare, or the Romeo Blouse and Bukta Cardigan for brunch, depending on your mood.
The Trash Olivia Skirt is a knitted midi skirt that features a comfortable elastic waistband and a slit up one side. Sustainably made in Spain from 54% Refibra™ (Tencel made with an innovative and closed-loop technology) 24% GOTS certified organic cotton, 19% wool, and 3% elastane, these pants are fair trade certified.
Tencel fibers are derived from European sustainable wood sources, harvested from certified and controlled sources following the stringent guidelines of the lenzing wood and pulp policy. Its manufacturing process recycles the water from the spinning process, making it 99% reusable.
“Trash” is a zero-waste initiative, making newly upcycled clothes out of recovered fibers from post-consumer garments and other recycled materials, along with new organic or sustainable fibers.
Model is wearing a size Small. Sanna would wear a size Medium, for reference.
Care Instruction: we recommend to either hand wash it with a delicate cleaner and lay flat to dry, or dry clean.
Thinking MU is a unisex clothing brand based in Barcelona, founded by three friends, Carli, Pepe, and Miqui, created for non-conformists and passionate people who believe that life deserves to be enjoyed and respected. They pride themselves by working with the most sustainable fibers, techniques and solutions to design comfortable clothing, all of which are made from biodegradable, organic, or recycled fabrics. Their fully transparent supply chain allows customers to learn about the origins of each garment, helping them earn the Fair Trade Certification for all of their clothing.