Introducing our Sky Bra hand-dyed with all-natural indigo. Part of our latest collection of all-natural, hand-dyed products completed in limited batches by Ellen Stryker.
Built with our pivotal, signature fabric, the Sky bra is modeled directly after our best-selling Luna bra. That makes the Sky Bra our ideal for athletics and everyday classic styling with single straps that won't show at the neck of our t-shirts. As one of our hybrid styles, the Sky is perfect for girls looking for a slightly elevated first bra as well as our older girls looking for a beautifully sewn top drawer basic for all-day comfort and support.
Every Yellowberry bra is built with strong, breathable fabric that provides complete coverage - meaning no padding needed, ever.
Synthetic spandex blend
Our hybrid styles fit slightly tighter - if your daughter is in between sizes, we recommend sizing up for a less snug fit.
Machine wash and dry
Indigo: Indigo is extracted from Indigofera tinctoria which grows in hot, sunny places. It yields a range of pale to deep blues. This is the dye they use to dye your jeans blue, but often larger corporations will use synthetic dyes that are toxic for our environment. The natural indigo is sourced from a sustainable farm in south India.
Care for Indigo Bras:Natural indigo is alive and will continue to transform over time. Bras have been treated with a special detergent, but for their first wash, throw in with denim or darks to be safe of any color bleeding. After that, they should be fine to throw in any wash. Store away from direct sunlight and humidity.
Ellen Stryker Bischoff is a printmaker based out of Northern Vermont and Western Wyoming. Her largest source of inspiration in life is nature. After graduating college with a degree in Art and Art History, she taught herself how to bridge the gap between her work and the natural world. Dyeing first with indigo, Ellen has now expanded into an entire world of other colors and dyestuff. Natural dyeing has brought so much wonder, excitement, and purpose for Ellen, and you can follow her journey at @stryker_art