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1960's bathing suits are the inspiration for Mila, our most perfect mid-waisted boyshort. Slightly cheeky coverage on the butt with rouching that adds just the right amount of sexy.
Why it’s sustainable: Made from recycled PET and upcycled mesh and digitally printed with water soluble inks. The digital printing process saves water because instead of being dyed, we print it using a computer and a printer so less contaminated water goes back into our rivers and streams.
Why it’s ethical: Made in small factory owned by a mother and daughter team that employs only single mothers and women heads of households. As with all Naja factories, we pay above market wages and ensure that our workers have proper healthcare and employee benefits.
84% Recycled PET, 16% Spandex
Mesh: 90% Nylon, 10% Elastane
Gusset: 100% Cotton
For health and safety reasons, we don't accept returns on undies.
We believe in caring for our environment and in the preservation of a clean ecosystem for all of its living beings. As a result, we make every effort to reduce our environmental footprint. We use digital and sublimation printing technologies to print our garments because they are the most environmentally friendly processes for creating printed fabric. Billions of gallons of water are used each year to dye fabric for the garment industry. With digital printing, our water waste is next to none. We strive to include fabrics made from recycled plastic bottles in each of our collections and we are constantly in search of new fabrics and technologies that are good for the earth and good for you.
The gusset of my pretty @naja undies says "My darling, you are beautiful in every way" for a little reminder, right there where I am my most womanly. Love love love that. Hurray for Lingerie!
I just bought panties from Naja and I love them. Their material is recycled. They are about empowerment and making those products available to YOU