Gajendra Hempbucket bag
Our gajendra hemp bucket bags are chic accessories, made from 100% hemp and natural dyes,, comes with a cute draw string detail, that can be carried on Indian as well as western outfits. Being made from hemp they are a substantial option for the conventional leather bags, being more eco-friendly as well as with better shelf life of fabric and comparatively low maintenance. Style note: Our gajendra bucket bags are a versatile piece of accessory that can be carried with traditional and contemporary silhouettes likewise. Can be carried with vibrant colors and flowy silhouettes in spring as well as for with warm colors and structured silhouettes in winters. These bags can also be carried to brunches, to run errands as well as with nightout with friends. The motif on the bag- Gajendra(uler of the elephants is a handcrafted piece made with brass dipped in gold.: It is one of the most worshiped animals in asia. Inspite that its population has declined by an estimated 50 percent over the past 75 years, and there are an estimated 20,000 to 40,000 Asian elephants left in the wild. Our each piece is a reminder to each one us to embrace the beauty of each one of them and do our part in order to save them from extinction. Accessories are made by upcycling waste scratches of fabrics.
They are made from 100% hemp, dyed using natural dyes
Organic has thermostatic properties, which makes you feel warm in winter and cool in summers
Fabric has UV resistant properties, which helps the skin to protect from damage caused by extreme sun
Fabric has antimicrobial properties
Does not absorb excessive amounts of water, or gets drenched in rains.
"Avoid excessive washing
Hand wash separately in cold water, Make sure to wash different colors separately
Use diluted liquid mild soap or mild detergents.
Do not use chlorinated bleach
Do not scrub
Keep away from direct sunlight
In caring for plant dyed clothing, we recommend storing the clothing in a dark place when not being worn.
Natural colors have the tendency to change its color a little bit in the first few washes but that the beauty of nature and the factor that change is inevitable in nature."