Frances Jumpsuit Groovy Print in Sequoia Brown

CHF 239.00

Jumpsuit Lovers this is for you.

The Frances Frances Jumpsuit is made of a handwoven organic cotton in mid-weight, making this a great piece to be worn all year long. It's dyed in a rich sequoia brown and has been block printed in our groovy print in black.

The jumpsuit features:

  • long sleeves
  • side seam pockets
  • removable belt
  • neru collar with cute fabric covered button fastening

Product Details

  • 100% Khadi Organic cotton ( handwoven and handspun)
  • Made fairly and consciously in India
  • Machine wash delicates
  • Fits true to size. Baggy cut 


These pieces have been made with Komana's long term production partners Mehera Shaw in Jaipur, India. They are accredited with the World Fair Trade Federation and social and environmental issues are the DNA of this company.

Block Printing is an ancient printing technique that is done entirely by hand.

We only made a very limited number of these.


Please note the measurements can vary slightly due to the sewing process

Shoulder: S:42cm, M:43cm, L:44cm

Bust: S:100cm, M:108cm, L:112cm

Waist: S:100cm, M:106cm, L:110cm

Hip: S:112cm, M:116cm, L:122cm

In-Leg: S:72cm, M:72cm, L:72cm

Shipping & Returns

This product is shipped directly from Komana.
Once shipped, the delivery times are between 3-4 days.

We do our best to meet these shipping estimates, but can't guarantee them. Actual delivery time will depend on the Swiss Post.

We gladly accept returns. Write us at contact@thegreenaproject.com within 14 days of delivery and we will guide you through the steps to follow. Sadly shipping costs are nonrefundable.

About the Brand 

KOMANA creates sustainably made, seasonless clothing and textiles with eclectic prints. Fascinated with the suggestive power of patterns and prints, Nina and Livia, two sisters and the souls behind the brand, invite you on a dreamy journey through shapes and colors. A respectful treatment of all beings and nature is at the core of KOMANA. Carefully selected organic and fairly traded materials are used as the canvas for their ideas, caressing the women’s individuality and vouching her social conscience.

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