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Introducing Yala Bamboo Dreams


We are thrilled to offer a line of sustainable and luxurious clothing to our customers this fall. 

Yala's clothing is made from 95% bamboo fibers, providing the clothing with many wonderful qualities. It is deliciously soft, easy to care for and produced in a way you can be proud of. 




Bamboo is grown organically and regenerates quickly.

It also produces 30% more oxygen than trees and is a hardy plant requiring no irrigation, saving a lot of water compared to cotton production. 

This fiber is also Oeko Tex 100 which means it is free from chemicals or harmful substances. 

Yala only uses natural or low impact Azo-free dyes and goes beyond many to keep their business ecologically and socially responsible.

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