Kiboro Kimono One-Piece In Recycled Light Denim

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Kimono bodysuit made from upcled denim by The New Denim Project. The New Denim Project uses scraps and discarded textiles from fabric mills. The process is chemical-free, dye-free and uses minimal water and energy. (even their manufacturing waste gets turned into compost for coffee beans).

Held together by two ties, one cross chest tie, and an inner chest tie to enable easy changing. Dress your kimono one-piece up with tights and long sleeves, or wear it as is for warmer days. 

Pair with: Organic Knee Socks

  • Made from upcycled denim
  • Held together by 2 ties (one inner chest, one outer chest)
  • 3 snaps at diaper area
  • Pocket detail
  • Made in NY / Fabric Made in Guatemala 
  • Runs small. Size up. 
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