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Aanya Adjustable Short Kaftan

Regular price$50.00
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The Aanya Adjustable Short Kaftan 

  • This stunning short tunic can be an easy, one-step outfit or the foundation for a layered look or just wear it on its own.
  • Lightweight, non-stretchy fabric with a flowy fit.
  • Adjustable drawstring closure.
  • These are made from recycled materials by our partner artisans in India. Each tunic purchased supports sustainable, dignified artisan jobs.
  • Every piece is 100% unique and one of a kind. Leave us comments about the colors & designs you love (and those you don't) in the ORDER NOTE section in your cart. This will allow us to truly hand-pick your one-of-a-kind Aanya Adjustable Short Tunic!
  • Extremely versatile, it can be worn as a short kaftan dress or a tunic over jeans or leggings.
  • Perfect for many occasions, including vacations, parties, baby showers, festivals, or shopping around the town.

    Perfect as

    • a base layer
    • swimsuit coverup
    • with leggings
    • nightgown

    Wear it

    • to the beach
    • to bed
    • to festivals
    • for casual office wear
    • on vacations (packs like a dream)
    • when you don't really want to wear a bra (hey, we've all been there)

    How to style your Tunic!

    Are you looking for size charts?

    First, here's something you may or may not know about me. I struggle with my weight. Up and down the scale.. and God forbid I look at a donut.. I somehow telepathically ingest the calories.

    So, when I run Darn Good Yarn, I make and design products that work for people like me. 

    That means I dress for comfort, color, and exciting layers that don't make me feel bad if I go up the scale a little.

    That's why I'm so freaking E-X-C-I-T-E-D to bring the Kaftan-style tunic to you. 

    And HELLO, it's made from reclaimed sari material. So everyone is just as unique as you!


    - xoxo Nicole, Founder of Darn Good Yarn

    • 100% reclaimed traditional sari material sourced in India.
    • Silk blend.
    • Upcycled fabric.
    • Fair trade made. People Friendly. Earth Friendly.
    • Each piece of fabric has been on a journey of its own! They are high quality, handmade at our partnered co-ops.
    • Machine wash cold with like colors preferably in a mesh bag. Hang dry or low heat.

    Need some mesh washing bags? Check out ours here!

    Every purchase you make at Darn Good Yarn® is part of a greater story of change and sustainability. By choosing our products, you join an essential movement that transforms waste into beauty and provides stable, safe employment for over 600 artisans worldwide.

    Since 2008, the commitment of our customers has helped repurpose over 2 million pounds of material waste into exquisite crafting and clothing products. Together, we connect skilled artisans globally with conscious consumers like you, crafting a circle of impact that's truly Darn Good™.

    "Slipping into my Darn Good Yarn outfit always lifts my spirits. I adore the feel of the fabric, cherish the story behind each piece, and relish the compliments they bring."

    -Christine

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