Faithfull the Brand Guanabo Jumpsuit Mazur Stripe - Espresso
Faithfull the Brand Guanabo Jumpsuit Mazur Stripe - Espresso
Faithfull the Brand Guanabo Jumpsuit Mazur Stripe - Espresso
Faithfull the Brand Guanabo Jumpsuit Mazur Stripe - Espresso
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Faithfull the Brand

Guanabo Jumpsuit Mazur Stripe - Espresso

Was $169 Now $101.40 (40% off)

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Mazur Stripe - Espresso
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The Guanabo jumpsuit features a tie back and cutout detail, square neckline, flared legs and side seam pockets. Concealed back zipper closure.
  • Fabric: 100% Rayon Crepe
  • Care: Hand wash.
  • Imported.
  • Size and Fit: Model is in a size S; Model is 5 ft 9 in, bust 32 in, waist 24.5 in, hips 35 in
  • Faithfull the Brand style FF1225-MSE
  • Item No. 30113

About the designer

Faithfull the Brand is a collection of effortless pieces designed to be versatile and easy. Featuring an assortment of essential, unique, and wearable travel staples in lightweight fabrics and essential color palettes, Faithfull is a wardrobe staple for style influencers and luxe travelers worldwide.

Faithfull the Brand founders, Australian Sarah-Jane Abrahams and Norwegian Helle Them-Enger, found each other on a trip to Bali, Indonesia where they forged a lifelong friendship and bonded over their love of fashion, style, and most importantly, their desire to see the world. Together, they conceived and developed what is now the global fashion brand - Faithfull the Brand. Faithfull's core ethos is to bring their customers what Sarah-Jane and Halle both loved; the desire to feel comfortably chic and confident in their travels and at home.

With an emphasis on integrity and community, Faithfull the Brand partners with manufacturers in Bali to create hand-made garments for the modern woman and her life at home and abroad. They continuously chose hand-made over mass-produced to continue doing their part in creating a better future and producing socially responsible garments.