Saulè Linen Biker Shorts
This is a pair of hand-made knitted biker shorts. The look is named after Saulė, the sun goddess in the Baltic mythology. According to Baltic myth, Saulė a.k.a. "the sun", rides each day through the sky on a chariot with copper wheels, drawn by horses who neither tire, rest nor sweat. As the matriarch of the universe, she was believed to be the mother of all the planets. The look is feminine, yet rebellious. Simple, yet eye-catching.
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- The model is wearing a S/M.
- The product is made to order, hence it can take up to 9 business days for your handmade knit to be produced. Once your order is shipped, the estimated delivery is 1-6 business days of its ship date. The Knotty One's work hard to get your order ready as quickly as possible.
- Made of 47% linen and 53% cotton.
- Ethically handmade in Lithuania by craftswomen, mostly stay-at-home moms. The majority of them live in villages and small towns where jobs are extremely scarce. It’s a great way for women to earn fair wages and provide for themselves and their beautiful families
ABOUT THE BRAND
Why we love it: Based between Brooklyn, New York, and Vilnius, Lithuania, the three young female founders of The Knotty Ones are in pursuit of changing the industry one knit at a time.
The Knotty Ones are big believers in shopping less, but better. Celebrating quality garments that will last you for many seasons, hence focus on creating individual pieces rather than collections. They source only natural and sustainable fabrics while incorporating better practices throughout their supply chain to make beautiful knitwear at a fraction of the environmental impact of fast fashion. The fairly paid craftswomen behind The Knotty Ones are mostly stay-at-home moms, from small Lithuanian towns where jobs are extremely scarce. They now proudly provide for themselves and their beautiful families.