Pareo Ikat Medusa

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Pareo Ikat Medusa
Item No. 7613409573285
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Graphic from afar, yet more romantic up close, the watercolour patterns on this Ikat Medusa sarong is hiding colonies of miniature octopuses. Used as a beach towel, worn as a tunic or scarf, you can use this 100% cotton sarong whichever way suits you this season.

  • Sizes : 190 cm x 136 cm
  • Unisexe pareo
  • Ikat Medusa Unisexe pareo
  • 100% Cotton

Style: pareo
Model: PARH2332-010
Care Instructions

To take care of your favourite Unisexe pareo, we advise you to follow our suggestions below:

  • Wash your Pareo at 30°C with similar colours.
  • Do not use oxygenated or chlorine based bleach/ stain removers.
  • Air-dry your Pareo and do not use tumble dryer.
  • Regular steam or dry iron inside out, with maximum setting at 110°C.
  • Do not dry clean your Pareo.
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02 March 2022 - Collections

We’ve barely even blown out the candles on our 50th anniversary cake and we’re already looking forward to tomorrow! We see a future that’s festive as a crowd of multicolored turtles, light as the crest of a wave on the breeze, joyful as octopuses hitting the dancefloor, surprising as catching fish playing hide-and-seek.

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