Our Mint Jaguar short kaftan is both a fabulous sundress and a super chic beach cover-up. The organic cotton was hand block printed using nontoxic dyes by a group of amazing artisans in Jaipur, India. We employ ethical, green practices that are kind to workers and the environment.
Your kaftan purchase will support the efforts of the Northern Jaguar Project (NJP), an organization formed to protect jaguars from poaching and habitat destruction in the heart of Sonora, Mexico. NJP, in partnership with Mexican conservation organizations, has established the 86-square-mile Northern Jaguar Reserve, which extends protection across a rugged landscape with an unparalleled mix of natural communities. Learn more about NJP.
Colors: Mint blue print on a white background with tangerine orange stitching around the neck, at the top of the pockets, and around the hem.
Size: One size. Length = 32 in, Width across shoulders = 32 in, Width across bust = 22 in
PLEASE NOTE that this kaftan was printed by hand so colors may vary and little imperfections should be expected. The layout of the design may not be symmetrical on the dress. This is again due to it being handmade. Thank you for your understanding.
CARE: Hand or machine wash your kaftan in cold or warm water. If machine washing, we suggest putting your kaftan in a lingerie bag to protect the hand-stitching. Hang dry. No bleach. Warm steam iron.
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