Our Colors

Black Obsidian

Black Obsidian Stone is a powerful cleanser of psychic smog created within your aura, and is a strong psychic protection stone. Our black is the only color we can not achieve with natural dyes. We source this fabric directly from a dye house. Here in the United States, environmental protection policies are much stricter than the dye houses abroad, who contribute to much of the pollution. That inspired us throughout this natural dye process.

Vanilla Blossom

This natural hue of our organic hemp fabric reminds us of the beauty of the vanilla blossom. Keep it simple with this raw color, but please note items like our Pai Palazzos and harem pants can be a bit sheer without having gone through the natural dye process.

Blueberry

The sweet edible Blueberry, holds natural healing qualities that promote a healthier lifestyle. We are inspired by its metaphysical qualities and simply love the idea of infusing our garments with a similar energy. To achieve this hue, we strategically layer two of our other natural dyes. We start by boiling the garment in a bath of the beautiful and fragrant Madder extract, followed by a quick dip in our Indigo vat.

Beetroot

Beets are known to have natural healing qualities that promote a longer and healthier life. This beautiful hue keeps us connected to mother nature. To achieve this color, we start by dying the garment a few times in a bath of Lac and the beautiful fragrant Madder extract, followed by a quick dip in our Indigo vat.

Smoke

The Carrara stone is thought to be a stone of wealth, toughness, spiritual healing and stability. We achieve this color by first dyeing the garments with Walnut husks by tying the fabric and then dipping them in a temperature sensitive ferrous bath to reach this marbled grey color. 

Olive

Our natural Olive hue spiritually symbolizes peace, victory, and friendship. Essentially, we wish to integrate these spiritual qualities within our brand. To achieve this color, we start by dying the garment with Pomegranate Rind and Turmeric. After that, we dip the fabric into iron.

As you can imagine: colors may vary from the hues you’ve seen on our models in the online shop! Let us know if you aren’t 100% happy with what you get—but please know that we try our hardest to deliver you the most beautiful garment possible.