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Empowering one another - good relations.

At Sundari creations a happy working environment is important to us. We are all about empowering one another so we can step forward in this life with confidence. We therefore ensure everyone is happy and paid well. This means our garments are more expensive then the general high street store. Each garment you buy helps support a great network of women and men including myself. Sundari has close relations with her staff, we have a feeling of trust and friendship.   By buying clothes from Sundari creations you can rest ensured that they are ethically made.      

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Inspiration   The main inspiration for my label and my designs comes from my connection to nature and spirituality. I have had the amazing gift in this life to be able to explore the earth. Travelling to all different cultures, seeing incredible sights and meeting with so many amazing people. It has been and still is my inspiration that feeds my creativity. Often I weave into my designs an expression of spirit, an expression of the moment. I started designing in my early twenties, designing jewelry and leather accessories. It has since then evolved into conscious clothing using natural fabrics and producing clothes that are ethically made.   I believe that if one feels good they look good and if...

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Eco fashion - Tencel

Welcome to “Sundari creations”. I am excited to share with you about tencel, our latest eco fabric that we have been working with. This fabric is lightweight, soft and has a luxurious feel. It is breathable and feels great to wear. Tencel is as soft as silk, more absorbent than cotton and lighter than linen. The clothes designed from this fabric drape the human body beautifully. Tencel is a man made fabric made from tree pulp created through a closed loop process that recovers or decomposes all solvents and emissions. Tencel is 100% biodegradable. It is a great fabric to wear in warmer climates, as it is lightweight and absorbent making it anti bacterial.    The collection I have made...

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