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Nora Orange Dress

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A trench flap dress with side pockets and fabric belt. We enjoy styling the piece as an outer layer too.

It is made with handwoven recycled fabric in a fair wage workshop in India. Handwoven fabric often has minor slubs and weave defects. To avoid any wastage we have covered these with small irregular embroideries over the style to reduce the possibility of a yarn break after several washes and wears.

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At Doodlage, they Upcycle factory waste into short limited edition collections and Recycle post consumer waste and post cutting scraps into new fabrics to create season-less well finished garments made for longevity.

Our fabrics use no added chemicals or water for manufacturing. It uses no virgin fibre/yarn/fabric reducing the pressure on our resources by using what already exists.

SDG 6 – Clean water and sanitation; SDG 11- Sustainable cities and communities; SDG 12- Responsible consumption & production; SDG 13- Climate action; SDG 14- Life below water; SDG 15- Life on land

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“Doodlage” is a pioneer in the creation of sleek and stylish men's clothing—like shirts, blazers, shackets, etc. Each piece is carefully handcrafted using industrial waste, making the brand stand out from the rest while at the same time being extremely chic and trendy. Most of their clothes are the result of up-cycling a lot of raw materials that are later patched together by Doodlage's design team to form quirky patterns and styles.

Impact Index

11.43 K. Grams

CO2 Prevented

28.66 Litres

Water Conserved

88 Grams

Chemicals Prevented

93.87 Hours

Energy Saved

*Compared to conventional cotton and traditional practices. Learn more

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