Kings Of Indigo

Ota Jacket Ecru

Colours: Ecru
Size: xs
€139.99

Classic and clean, Ota is a workwear inspired jacket. A short jacket with a boxy fit and relaxed shoulders. It has a hidden button placket. The two front patch pockets are extended over the bottom hem for a modern twist on workwear style. Ideal for in-between seasons and layering. As an extra, the natural color of denim before it is dyed with indigo gains some extra sustainability points.


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DETAILS
  • Workwear inspired jacket
  • Boxy fit and relaxed shoulders
  • Hidden button placket
COMPOSITION
The Ota jacket is made of 100% organic cotton, a natural fiber that has had no chemical treatment, making it safer for the planet, farmer and wearer.

    ABOUT THE BRAND

    Why we love it: Kings Of Indigo is quality wear for the next era. 

    When Tony Tonnaer founded the Kings of Indigo company eight years ago, his objective was clear; to produce clothing in a sustainable way both socially and environmentally, without compromising on quality. Since then Kings of Indigo has always been two steps ahead of the rest. They are pioneering in this ever-changing sustainable fashion world, innovating with materials and sustainable production methods, constantly exploring how to reduce the impact on the planet and people; using its Five Pillars of Sustainability as cornerstones: planet friendly materials, water use, social responsibility, transport, and waste consciousness. By 2025, the entire Kings of Indigo collection will be made of recycled and/or man-made fibers.

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