Eucalyptus walara (nut) boxy, cropped top with buttons




  • Cropped, boxy sleeveless top
  • 4 x Buttons down the back
  • 3 colour (pink, green and white) digital print on 100% cotton
  • Designed by Marie Manado, Broome WA
  • Digitally printed in Australia
  • Made ethically by The Social Studio, Melbourne

Artist story:

Marie is a Yawuru-Ninunburr-Jabir-Jabir woman based in Broome. The eucalyptus tree is an important plant for Aboriginal people for may reasons. The leaves can be crushed and brewed in water to treat ailments such as ‘cold-sick’ and rubbed into the skin as a disinfectant. Traditionally, the bark from some of the species was burnt down and the grey ash used as a type of chewing tobacco. Marie especially loves the eucalyptus tree when it is in full bloom.
*Please note that the pattern placement will vary slightly on each garment.

Your purchase of this garment provides income for Aboriginal women artists and helps give them a platform to share their culture and stories.

Nagula Jarndu (Saltwater Woman) is a not-for-profit, 100% Aboriginal owned and governed organisation and the profits from your purchase will go directly to the artist and back into the organisation to fund future projects.

The Social Studio are another not-for-profit based in Melbourne. They train and employ refugee and new migrant people in the clothing design and manufacturing business.

Size and fit guide:

Hayley is a size 10 and is wearing a size 10. She is 175cm tall. We had to bulldog clip this top in the photoshoot as it was too oversized so it’s not quite falling as it should.

This style is an oversized, boxy fit, so please keep this in mind when choosing your size. We suggest sizing down for this style if you want a more fitted style of wearing it.

Approximate bust measurements (measured flat):
8: 50cm
10: 53cm
12: 56cm
14: 59cm
16: 61cm

Approximate width across the bottom:

8: 54cm
10: 56cm
12: 58cm
14: 61cm
16: 64cm

Approximate length measurement:

8: 48cm
10: 49cm
12: 52 cm
14: 52.5cm
16: 53cm


Care and washing guide:

Our designs are hand screen printed and digitally printed onto linens and cottons with quality fabric ink and professionally heat set.

Handwashing your garment in cold water and ironing from the inside-out, will ensure that it is a part of your wardrobe for years to come.