Shopping Cart
Shop now
Search for products on our site
See more

~ Free domestic shipping on orders over $100 ~

Spring & Fall Jacket - Agave Blue
Spring & Fall Jacket - Agave Blue
On Sale

Spring & Fall Jacket - Agave Blue


Sale price Regular price $70.00

Please note: This jacket has some uneven coloring due to the batch of natural dye, so the coloring appears slightly different than pictured. For this reason, the Spring & Fall Jacket in Agave Blue is 50% OFF. 

The Spring & Fall Jacket is an ideal light layer for cool nights after hot days. Inspired by vintage kimono jackets, it falls below the hip, and features pockets, an oversized collar that can be folded down or popped up around your neck, and sleeves that hit at the wrist and also look great rolled up. It works perfectly layered over other Miha pieces, for that monochromatic look!

Every piece from the Miha SS19 Collection has been woven from 100% cotton in Oaxaca, Mexico, is hand-cut and sewn, and then dyed using natural plant dyes in small batches. The Agave Blue color is achieved using blackberries.  


100% Cotton

All natural plant dye


Small: Size 2-4

Medium: Size 6

Large: Size 8-10

Yarith is wearing a size medium. 

All items in the Miha SS19 Collection are intended to fit comfortably and loose for everyday wear. Many people can fit into two sizes, with the smaller size fitting more snugly, and the larger size offering a looser fit. If you have any questions about sizing, please contact us via


We recommend machine washing your piece in cold water, with like colors, and then hanging to dry. This will extend the life and preserve the vibrancy of the color of your item. As this piece is 100% cotton, it will shrink slightly in the dryer. If you WANT your piece to shrink up, placing it in the dryer once should do the trick, without harming it.

While the dyes are generally colorfast, as in they won't be washed out, they are somewhat volatile, living elements, and so sweat and certain foods could slightly alter the color. If so, simply wash the piece with a neutral soap or baking soda, to restore the PH and remove the "stain."


Due to the nature of plant dye, each piece will have slight variations. These are not considered a defect, but rather speak to the handmade nature of each piece, which renders it unique from the next.