From the pure land of the Pu Dai people in the south of Laos, the natural cotton grown out of natural plant dip dyeing, traditional weaving techniques, after careful design, will come to meet you with a mission. Classic A-line skirt with elastic elastic bands suitable for various waists. It is a comfortable, breathable, simple and culturally valuable clothing item. It is worn alone in spring, summer and autumn. In winter, wear underwear and pair with flat shoes or boots. , Wear it all year round! https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51129288417_3cc0104911_b.jpg https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49710107503_97ed6ff2e6_o.jpg https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49710987982_cedcdb4e16_o.jpg https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49710992397_981ccde089_b.jpg https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49710965587_b63ceae9fc_b.jpg https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49710642091_a804b690e3_o.jpg https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49710642066_4f2b435af3_b.jpg / Product description and story/ Plant-dyed Yika weave is a characteristic weave of the Pu Dai nationality in Laos. Various texture designs with Z-shaped changes, From the presentation and imagination of Weaver Girl’s natural life, These so-called "yika knitting" are not only started to weave patterns on the loom, but as early as when the thread is dyed, the white lines that you want to appear are calculated and tied with the dye-blocking rope. When dyeing, weaving will naturally show such weaves. Each family has its own unique dyeing and weaving method, Thousands of daughters inherited the teachings of their mothers, Then through the earth, mountains and rivers that I feel Tao, Then change dyeing and weaving into a new look. Father and brothers will rush back and forth on the land, Grow and collect dyeable plants, Use bamboo or wooden construction looms for the architecture and details. The power of the heaven and earth parents to complete together. //About Yangga// Have you ever touched a piece of undyed hand-woven fabric grown from undyed soil, and then interwoven layers of vitality through dyeing? From pure cotton, pure silk, ramie, and linen, each unique handicraft tells a different life story. Yangga began to penetrate into Laos & Thai villages, natural materials, handmade fabrics & village sustainable development cooperation projects in 2014. Natural fabrics can preserve the sustainable development of the environment and culture of many traditional communities in the world. You are welcome to feel the nourishment of nature.