She don't want no scrub OR a man that hasn't done the work (it's called therapy honey look it up). She puts the cut in cute and the fun in dysfunctional. She'll ruin your life but you'll still bring her to meet your parents at Rachel's Bat Mitzvah. The newest Blanket Statements crewneck, she is...the sweet but psycho!
Handmade from a vintage crazy quilt with tons of colors and patterns, we use different pieces from the original quilt to make each of these upcycled organic cotton crewnecks absolutely one-of-a-kind.
There's only enough fabric to make 6-8 pieces total, so if you want one, talk with your therapist(s) to make sure they approve and get one before it's gone!
This crewneck is handmade in a WRAP-Certified, sweatshop-free (as do all of our products), windmill-powered facility. The original quilt is also handmade and appears to be mostly cotton with satin stitching, and all alterations are made by hand in Los Angeles.
• 400gsm Heavyweight Organic Cotton with brushed interior
• 100% Organic Cotton double-folded flat knit cotton ribbing
• Reverse flatlock stitching to reduce bulk and increase durability
• 4" wide, double folded, flat-knit side ribbing with quilted accents
• Pre-shrunk and treated to ensure minimal shrinkage
Since each of these pieces is 100% handmade-to-order, they can be exchanged for store credit only.
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.