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Zero Waste Scrunchie


Size Guide
Agave Linen
Agave Gauze
Cacao Linen
Cacao Gauze
Terra linen
Terra Gauze
Olive Gingham

Buy one scrunchie for $8 or two for $14. Discount is applied at checkout. 

Made 100% out of fabric scraps, these scrunchies are zero waste! 

After we moved into our studio in June, we began saving all our fabric scraps. The pieces that were too small were reused as ties for our order bundles. The larger pieces were set aside for future projects. 

Once summer was over and we had smaller scraps, we knew we had to make scrunchies. 

Made with real hair ties instead of elastic, these scrunchies will keep your hair in place and not cause breakage. 

Available in corduroy, tencel, and linen, these scrunchies are perfect hair accessories. 

Material and Care 

1. Fabric: Linen, tencel and corduroy made with natural fibers. 

Care: Machine washable. Wash on delicate and hang dry (specifically tencel scrunchies).


Collections: Accessories, All

Type: Unknown Type

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 Sotela's approach to sizing is a little different. Instead of using the conventional small, medium and large, we've decided to change our wording because why not! We want to keep things simple and offer the most out of your clothing. 




Here's a step by step of how to choose your Sotela size:

  1. Measure yourself – This one is very important if you shop online, which as of now, I think we all are! Check out our tutorial to measure yourself because we use low hip measurements with our clothing. 
  2. Once you have your measurements, go to the product page for the garment you are interested in and click on the “Sizing and fit” tab or “Garment Measurements for Petite, etc.”
  3. The garment measurements on the product page will tell you the actual width and length of the garment. For example: the Ryan Trouser measures 26″ with an unstretched waistband and 42″ in the hip for the size 1.
  4. Based on your measurements, choose a size that is about 2″ more than your largest measurement. For example: I have a 39″ hip. The size 1 hip measures 42″ which gives me about 3″ of ease. The size 0 measures 40″ in the hip making it too small for me.
  5. Make sure to use your largest measurement when choosing a size, especially if you are looking at a jumpsuit or dress. If your bust is larger than your hip, I’d recommend choosing a size based on your bust because that ensures it will give sufficient ease for the rest of your body.
  6. Lastly, if you are still unsure, email us hello (at) with your measurements! We are happy to recommend a size.

The video below can give you a better idea of how to measure yourself! 

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