Midnight Luna Moth Yoga Top

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The American Great Plains run roughly from North Dakota southward all the way down to Texas. We had been driving the camper for 5-6 hours before finding a spot smack in the middle of the plains: Chautauqua Park campground in Southeast Nebraska. It was early May and we pulled in just as blue dusk set over the pink glowing mountaintops.

We heard the stories of luna moths in the area. They brought good luck. They bring visions of the future and so on. But had only the task of setting up camp on our minds. We unhitched the camper and let the dog out when he got out in a scent. It must have been a good one because he was gone in a flash. So we did what anyone would do: laced up our boots and ran into the cool dusk after him. We found Byron (the dog) pretty quick out near a small rushing stream at the bottom of the mountain. And just as we leashed him if the luckiest thing  happened. The biggest, greenest luna moth flapped her silky wings on a tree branch over the stream, maybe two arms length’s away. Now these only live for around 5-10 days at most, so she really has to make it count. We watched her for a good 10 minutes until the darkness took over.

We walked back to the site in a kind of meditation. We knew something for sure. We had to commemorate her with something good. We needed something simple, yet eye-catching. Not only that, it had to be all natural, obviously. We made the luna moth bra top from all organic tree pulp created in Austria. Of course we made it in America with fair wages and all water based inks and dyes. Anything less would be a let down.  And the fit is supportive enough to ditch a bra, so you can hop out of the camper and see your luna moth real quick, lickity split. We know you won't wear this top forever. But while you do, we want it to count. Just like the luna moth. 

 

  • INGREDIENTS: 92% forest fiber from acacia, eucalyptus, poplar, pine, spruce, beech, birch, and maple trees grown on tree farms in Eastern Europe, 8% spandex for stretch. 
  • FIT: "Supportive enough that you don't need a bra." Double layered. Serena is wearing size 1X and is 5'9", 43" bust, 35" waist, 48" hip.
  • WE CARE DEEPLY: Black with a sage luna moth and crescent moons printed with water based ink. Cut, sewn, dyed, and printed in downtown Los Angeles by small family owned shops where creators are paid more than minimum wage.

Our clothing is special. It's inspired by the magic and awe of nature and the seasons, but beyond that it's as ethical and sustainable as possible. Purusha People is made in the USA, plant-based, nontoxic, manufactured safely and fairly paid, and 10% of profits going to a unique charity with every drop. We know our stuff is expensive, but that's because it's made the right way. It's worth the investment in ourselves, in our planet, and in future generations.

Our creations might look dainty and even reserved for special occasions, but they're truly designed for no fuss, everyday wear. As a mom with two young children and two spunky dogs that lives in comfy clothes, I can't be bothered with spending lots of money on clothes that I won't wear often and that won't hold up over time. I've worn our clothing throughout pregnancies, breastfeeding, hiking, running, yoga, and everything in between. You can also just throw your pieces in the wash without special treatment.

If your Purusha doesn't hold up for you, I promise to always repair or replace it, no questions asked. I adore our creations and stand behind them! I respect you and your support more than I can say.

Much love,

Hayley

 
 
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The American Great Plains run roughly from North Dakota southward all the way down to Texas. We had been driving the camper for 5-6 hours before finding a spot smack in the middle of the plains: Chautauqua Park campground in Southeast Nebraska. It was early May and we pulled in just as blue dusk set over the pink glowing mountaintops.

We heard the stories of luna moths in the area. They brought good luck. They bring visions of the future and so on. But had only the task of setting up camp on our minds. We unhitched the camper and let the dog out when he got out in a scent. It must have been a good one because he was gone in a flash. So we did what anyone would do: laced up our boots and ran into the cool dusk after him. We found Byron (the dog) pretty quick out near a small rushing stream at the bottom of the mountain. And just as we leashed him if the luckiest thing  happened. The biggest, greenest luna moth flapped her silky wings on a tree branch over the stream, maybe two arms length’s away. Now these only live for around 5-10 days at most, so she really has to make it count. We watched her for a good 10 minutes until the darkness took over.

We walked back to the site in a kind of meditation. We knew something for sure. We had to commemorate her with something good. We needed something simple, yet eye-catching. Not only that, it had to be all natural, obviously. We made the luna moth bra top from all organic tree pulp created in Austria. Of course we made it in America with fair wages and all water based inks and dyes. Anything less would be a let down.  And the fit is supportive enough to ditch a bra, so you can hop out of the camper and see your luna moth real quick, lickity split. We know you won't wear this top forever. But while you do, we want it to count. Just like the luna moth. 

 

  • INGREDIENTS: 92% forest fiber from acacia, eucalyptus, poplar, pine, spruce, beech, birch, and maple trees grown on tree farms in Eastern Europe, 8% spandex for stretch. 
  • FIT: "Supportive enough that you don't need a bra." Double layered. Serena is wearing size 1X and is 5'9", 43" bust, 35" waist, 48" hip.
  • WE CARE DEEPLY: Black with a sage luna moth and crescent moons printed with water based ink. Cut, sewn, dyed, and printed in downtown Los Angeles by small family owned shops where creators are paid more than minimum wage.

We're here to make thoughtful, magickal, and ethical clothing for the modern yogi. We believe clothes created to play in prakriti (Sanskrit for our material world) should be as purusha (Sanskrit for the one that sees, the spirit within us all) as possible. This means: made in the USA, plant-based, nontoxic, safe and fairly paid working conditions, and 10% of profits going to a unique charity with every drop. We know our stuff is expensive, but that's because it's made the right way.

 
 

Made in the USA, plant-based, nontoxic, and 10% of profits go to a unique charity with every drop.

OUR CLOTHING IS SOMETHING SPECIAL.

These clothes might look dainty and even reserved for special occasions, but they're truly designed for no fuss, everyday wear. I've worn Purusha throughout pregnancies, breastfeeding, hiking, running, yoga, and everything in between. You can also just throw your pieces in the wash without special treatment. If your Purusha doesn't hold up for you, I promise to always repair or replace it, no questions asked.

Much love, Hayley