Beautiful, plain and sleek jumpsuit with loose fit. Handy pockets and split at back. Cut from an extremely soft and comfortable 100% tencel fabric.
Holland, The Netherlands
NOTE! This product is Made To Order, which means that it is produced for YOU and only after confirmed order. It will take Elsien and her team 10 – 15 days to make your product so remember to add this to the shipping time.
Are you unsure if you will fit the pre-set sizes ?
It is also possible to order as a Custom Size for an added €21. Choose the CUSTOM SIZE tab when ordering, and we will follow up, guide you through how to measure yourself, and make sure the designer gets your measurements and possible tweaks and alterations.
Supporting traditional skills
All products are made in the designers studio in the Netherlands by skilled tailors and Elsien herself. This way they are able to support and create work for a craftsmanship that in many ways is about to be forgotten. To choose this way of producing, Elsien is supporting local craftsmen, and are giving economic growth to her community.
Excellent working conditions
All tailors get fair pay for their work. The working process with the workers are close and open, and Elsien knows them all personally.
Reducing waste with Made to Order
Elsien focuses on highly innovative patterns, reducing the waste to the max. All Elsien Gringhuis’ design is built on the No Waste principle, trying to make a result of nearly no waste at all. All items are produced, on demand, not before you order them, which also saves the environment from overproduction
This product is biodegradable and can be composted in a compost bin with other biodegradable materials when worn out. Remove zippers, buttons, etc, which also can be repurposed and used again.
Close to Non Toxic
The MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) for lyocell/ Tencel rates the amine oxide solvent used to digest the wood pulp as being non-toxic, and about 99% is recovered and recycled during the manufacturing process. Waste products in the air and water from the manufacturing process are minimal, and considered harmless. Lyocell fiber is eco-friendly since products made from it can be recycled and Lyocell is biodegradable because it is a cellulosic fiber. Products made from Lyocell can be recycled, incinerated, or digested in sewage. The fiber will usually degrade completely in just eight days in waste treatment plants.
The process to manufacture Lyocell fiber is in fact very nearly a closed loop process in which bleach is not required. Bleach is commonly required in fabric manufacturing, especially for cotton.
Low Carbon Footprint
By doing all her production in Holland, and sourcing her materials as close to home as possible, Elsien Gringhuis saves a lot of travel miles and carbon emissions in the production process.
Tencel as raw material
The fibers are mainly manufactured from the renewable raw material beech wood, sourced from sustainable forests in Austria and neighboring countries. Moreover, wood and pulp used by the Lenzing Group comes from natural forests and sustainably managed plantations.
This products does not contain any animal material or by-product from animals.
The making of Tencel uses much less water than other textiles in the manufacturing process.
Got questions about size, colour or fit? Ask us here!
Professional Dry Clean
(try to choose a green one if available near you:)
This product is shipped from The Netherlands
FREE WORLDWIDE SHIPPING
For Norway: go shop at our Norwegian site
Rest of the world: taxes and duties may apply upon arrival (find out more here)
5 – 7 business days (+ production time)
Rest of the world
7 – 10 business days (+ production time)
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14 days open return from the day you receive your order. Returns must be sent and payed for by customer.
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Return customized products
Customized items are not returnable, but order can always be cancelled up until the point where the designer starts the production process.