Made with love and just a little anxiety...Can we get an amen?!
Each fair-trade certified, eco-friendly shirt is handmade using SUPIMA cotton and embroidered with 4 different tonal threads right here in Los Angeles. There's something bold yet soft about each one, because the text immediately pops in the best way yet isn't immediately legible, which invites conversation and intrigue.
There's nothing else like them, so get one while you can.
- 6 oz. SUPIMA® cotton
- Extra Long Staple cotton grown in California
- Double needle stitched neck rib for seamless look and durability
- Pre-shrunk and treated to ensure minimal shrinkage
- Produced in a wind mill powered, Fair Trade Certified™ facility
Not all cottons are created equal. Supima cotton is a special type of cotton that represents less than 1% of cotton grown in the world. What makes Supima unique to other cottons is the extra-long staple fiber that gives the cotton its premium properties of strength, softness and color retention. The fabric is twice as strong as regular cotton, and the longer fibers resist pulling, breaking and tearing, which results in resilient products that are beautifully soft and only get softer as time passes.
By licensing the entire supply chain, SUPIMA® guarantees that SUPIMA® trademarked goods – such as this one - are made with 100% U.S. Pima cotton of the highest quality.
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>> All orders ship carbon-neutral
We’re a sustainable, genderless clothing brand that celebrates collective values, ancestries and cultures, while simultaneously celebrating our unique, individual selves - both holding enormous importance in our lives.
In that sense, bubuleh is about escape and belonging all at once. We’re the halfway point between that feeling of warmth and security that comes with being around close friends and family in your comfort zone, and that risk and excitement that comes when you step out of that comfort zone.
We strive to create plotz-worthy fashion by putting older practices, ideas and aesthetics into conversation with newer ones. Though we derive our inspiration from Jewish heritage, culture, and Yiddish, we intentionally craft our clothing for everyone to wear.