Sheer Alpaca Silk Top

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Organic Alpaca Sheer Top

This classic tee has an updated silhouette with rib knit details on the crew neckline, cuff, and hem. Colors Ivory and Gray have contrasting pops of color at neckline and sleeves. 

Sheer and lightweight, our newest natural fabric has to be felt to be believed. The ultra soft texture is a pleasure to wear and brings an air of sophistication to any outfit. Perfect for fall and winter, the fabric is warm yet light and breathable at the same time.

  • 70% Baby Alpaca | 30% Silk
  • Non-Toxic Low Impact Dyes
  • Fair Trade
  • Crew Neckline
  • Rib-knit Details at Hem, Cuffs, and Neck 

Our organic cotton cami layers perfectly under this elegantly sheer tee. 

"Baby Alpaca" is a supremely high grade of adult alpaca wool that's ultra-soft next to your skin. We combined this coveted natural fiber with silk, for a diaphanous elegance all its own.

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our impact every year

Carbon Dioxide Savings

45,600 lbs

Water Savings

13 million gallons

Pesticides Kept off Land

400 lbs

Artisans Employed


Bettering the lives of women & communities through fair trade. 

Every time you wear INDIGENOUS, you create a better world for the people who make your clothes. We support our artisans with zero interest loans, free skills training, access to clean water, low-cost childcare, and much more. And because our artisans receive a fair wage, each piece of handcrafted clothing is of the highest quality. We invest in artisans because they are the heart of our ethical fashion company.

Over 20 years of sustainable fashion.

All of our fabrics are made from natural, sustainable fibers like 100% organic cotton, free range alpaca, and eco-friendly Tencel. We create our colors with safe, low-impact dyes, or from natural shades of organic cotton and alpaca wool. Each year we keep 400 lbs of the worlds deadliest pesticides off the land, and 45,600 lbs of carbon dioxide out of the air. We have just one, beautiful planet. Let's protect it together. 

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