Mihira Shorts Set
Mihira means “the sun, moon, wind, and clouds” in Sanskrit.
Cropped, square neck tank in a cream-colored cotton flax.
This fabric has a lovely natural texture and is extremely lightweight.
An effortless tank with endless styling options.
Classic high-waisted shorts in a soft grey cotton/rayon blend.
This deadstock fabric is soft and breathable.
Features hidden side pockets, elastic waistband, and a wooden button.
We recommend sizing up if you prefer a relaxed fit.
Hand wash or machine wash in cold water. Hang to dry, and iron on cotton setting.
Please note that our pieces are made-to-order, and take approximately 3 weeks to cut and sew.
At Pana Mina, we are committed to sustainable, ethical, and inclusive practices. We, as Co-Founders, are proudly involved in every step of the creation and manufacturing process. As our slow fashion brand grows and expands its presence, we promise to uphold the following:
100% Eco-friendly Materials
When initially selecting fabrics, we narrow it down to a handful of low-impact, plant-based materials. We primarily use deadstock (leftover fabric from local mills and production houses).
Our new fabrics are sourced from a local, toxic chemical-free fabric mill owned by our friend, Lakshay. Our deadstock fabrics are sourced from a supplier here in Jaipur. We select each fabric in-person.
Our fabrics are dyed in small batches (20 meters at a time) from a local artisan's shop, to reduce waste. The dyes are low impact and contain no toxic chemicals. Leftover water-based dye is disposed of in the appropriate sewer or septic drains.
In addition, all new clothing materials are vegan. No fur, leather, down, horn, angora, animal skin, wool, silk, or animal hair. We only use wool that is deadstock.
Our wool-blend rugs are ethically-sourced Himalayan wool.
We spend time testing our fabrics to ensure quality and performance. Pana Mina never sacrifices sustainability for style or function.
Ethical Manufacturing & Enforced Living Wage
Our Jaipur-based tailors are paid more than double the fair and living wage, ensuring that they can support their families and live comfortably. We (the founders) live in Jaipur, and can therefore personally visit our tailors several times per week to drop off our fabrics, observe production, and check in.
Pana Mina ensures that no child labor or forced labor occurs. Our production space is a safe and clean facility. Our tailors are given flexible schedules, and are free to request days off from their manager, Firoz. All workers have the right to join a union.
Aarti, a full-time seamstress, adds wooden buttons to our Cotton Flax Dress.
This is Firoz, our Master Tailor. He cuts every Pana Mina piece by hand.
Each garment is shipped in a canvas tote, alongside a recycled paper card. We ship in a recycled poly bag to keep products safe and dry.
Timeless, Functional, Multi-season Styles
We create elegant pieces that are made to last, as well as withstand trends and seasons. Our garments are intended to be versatile and worn longer than a fast fashion buy, encouraging a smaller, but highly functional wardrobe. We hope you wear and love your Pana Mina piece for years to come.
100% Inclusive Sizing
Pana Mina is available for all bodies and sizes. If your measurements do not fall under our Size Chart, we will make a custom sized piece for you for free. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with which piece(s) you have in mind + how you would like to customize the fit.