There is nothing better than having cuddly clothes that keep you warm at cold autumn or winter days. Since Cobalt consists of 100% wool, it is designed for those moments. The clean, minimalistic cut in calf length makes this piece combinable with anything. Sidepockets and Zip are hidden in seams whereby it is even unremarkable practical.
The cobalt colored wool fabric is handmade by weavers of the family run business Vankar Kantilal Samat. The wool is sourced from local families of the Rabari nomads – traditional farmers who rear sheep and goats. They wander with their animals throughout the year. The animals have access to fresh pastures and are treated humanly. Thus it is no surprise that the wool is soft and not itchy at all. Also the wool fibre itself is breathable, dirt and odour resistant and almost crease free. Plus it is 100% bio degradable. This is why we work with this multifunctional material. Manufactured on handlooms, the fabric has a unique texture. Finally, Aasman is sewn in our workshop in Chittapur.
Product details and care
Color: Cobalt Material: 100% wool Clasp: Centre back zipper Design: calf length, side pockets, rippled beneath waistband Measurements: sizing chart Height of the Model Eunice: 173cm, she is wearing size S Care Instructions: hand wash with lukewarm water, not suitable for tumble drying
Delivery and availability
Within Germany, we normally deliver the order within 3-4 working days after we have received your payment. The delivery to other European countries, generally takes about 4-6 working days. In any case, you will get an email from us as soon as your order leaves our warehouse and your favorite piece is on its way to you.
All our clothes are handwoven by small weaver families, and are then lovingly embroidered and sewn in our sewing workshops. So much effort takes time, that is why we do not always have all of our products in stock. If your favorite piece is currently sold out, you can easily sign up to our waitlist. This way you will be informed as soon as it is back in stock. You find more information about the waitlist here.