This garment is made from 100% GOTS certified organic linen. The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is exactly as it sounds; it sets the standard for textiles made from organic fibres. GOTS certified products adhere to strict environmental and social criteria, and must contain a minimum of 70% organic fibres.
Kuu Dreaming Overalls
This garment is part of the Wanala collection, and the Wirirri print was brought to life by Arkie Barton. Meaning “flower” in Kalkadungu language, Wirirri shows bright bursts of colour, beautiful floral energy and shapes in a contemporary way. Flowers coming from water and sun. This print is a beautiful representation of the colours of spring and the flowers that line the ground when the weather warms up.
The Kuu Dreaming Linen Overalls by Australian Aboriginal-owned ethical fashion company Amber Days are a wardrobe staple for your little free-spirited change-maker. Crafted from a soft and sustainable GOTS certified organic linen and dyed with OEKO-TEX certified non-toxic dyes, these ethically-made overalls celebrate Aboriginal artistry, and thanks to their oversized fit, are as versatile as they are cute.
- Ethically and sustainably made in India under fair-trade working conditions
- Made for mindful, adventurous and free spirited little ones
- Crafted from 100% organic linen
- Dyed using OEKO-TEX certified non-toxic dyes
- This garment celebrates Aboriginal artists, and has helped support marginalised women, including single mothers, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, refugee and migrant women
A note from Amber Days:
“We find that our sizing runs a little on the small side. We recommend buying the next size up if your child is in between sizes. Most of our items are made so they can be worn more than one season. Our blouses can be worn as a loose dress or a top, perfect for getting two summers out of one item.”
Behind the Brand
Inspired by the Australian bush, desert and sea, Amber Days - an Aboriginal-owned ethical clothing label - ethically crafts exquisite children’s garments for the next generation of change-makers. All garments are hand-made in India under strict fair trade conditions, and through the use of GOTS certified materials, natural fabrics, non-toxic dyes and small runs, Corina Muir - Amber Days’ founder - ensures the negative environmental impact of her business is kept to a minimum
If you’re keen to find out more about Amber Days' founder, Corina Muir, you can do so here.
Shipping and Returns
Please note: unless the item is damaged or faulty, Amber Days does not provide refunds and any “change of mind” purchases will be honoured with a store credit.
Standard items must be returned within 14 days of delivery. Sale items are final sale unless damaged or faulty. Faulty items must be returned within 5 days of delivery.
We do not cover the cost of return postage, so please try to choose the correct sizing. We’ve done our absolute best to provide as much sizing information as possible, though do feel free to send us an email if you need help.
All brands aim to send out standard items within two working days of your order being received, however please note that there have been unprecedented delays due to COVID. To allow for creation time, made-to-order pieces will be posted within 10-14 business days, dependent on the respective brand.
Please note some brands operate out of Australia, while others from Aotearoa, New Zealand. This may mean that a little bit of patience would be required if the packages are coming from international waters, and also if you live rurally.
All shipping is free for orders over $75. If your order is under $75, there is a $12.50 flat rate.
To our friends outside of Australia and New Zealand, please note that we do not currently ship worldwide due to a range of factors, though mainly due to the package delays brought about by the COVID pandemic. We do, however, have a global ethical brand directory for both our local and international friends.
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