Color Stories

Each natural dye has a story. Natural colors are free of chemicals and toxins, made with consideration to the planet, and are better for the well-being of the wearer. Extracting the colors from natural materials like flowers, herbs, roots, plants residues, etc. is often an exciting process. The colors change shades, and express multitudes within themselves as they are put through many different processes, like grinding, heating, boiling with iron rust water, and more.

Handmade clothing out of soft organic material that is naturally dyed with plant-based colors is better for the environment and better for you. Explore a range of styles, designs, and patterns, in many natural colors like:

  1. Red of the Manjishta (Madder root)

    An ayurvedic herb that has proven health benefits. Hand-dyed at home using natural dyes like Madder root, pomegranate rind, sappanwood bark pink, green indigo, and indigo apart from black from fermented iron rust water.
  1. Peach from Plants/Flower Waste - Residual Coconut and Tree Bark

    Shibori dyeing using these residual natural materials brings distinct color variations to each piece. Free of chemicals, non-toxic and biodegradable shades of the earth.
  1. Natural Navy from Myrobalan (Harda)

    Made from the ground nuts of the Terminalia Chebula tree; at first, it is a warm, buttery yellow, but when further heated with an iron it deepens into a lichen grey.
  1. Green Tints of Herbal Leaves

    Herbal leaves are used to add pattern and color to the soft, cream-colored, organic fabric. An entire garden of goodness with leaves from medicinal herbal plants.

Start on your journey of earth-friendly choices and add a pop of natural color to your everyday living.

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