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Rani & Reine

Geometric Leg Warmers - Browns - Naturally Dyed - Selection 1

Regular price €69,00
Unit price

Rani & Reine

Geometric Leg Warmers - Browns - Naturally Dyed - Selection 1

Regular price €69,00
Unit price
Tax included.

Our eye catching geo legwarmers in natural dark brown with a contrast naturally dyed motif. Pull up or wear slouched over leggings or jeans. Slightly boot cut. Thick and cozy for winter wanderings.

One of a kind. 

Each pair of legwarmers is crafted by hand by the artisan women of Kullvi WHIMS in Naggar, Himachal Pradesh, incorporating our rustic desi wool. You will find beautiful variation in yarn thickness and colour in these handmade pieces, making each unique and one of a kind.



This eye-catching colourwork motif was designed by Kusum, and sent to us in early 2019 as a small square swatch. We loved it, and asked our artisan partners at KULLVI Whims to incorporate it into these thick wooly legwarmers.

Renu, Kusum's sister, then created different colour combinations - some tonal - some high contrast - using naturally dyed wool. The wool is dyed using plants foraged from the mountain meadows near where the women live.


Fibre: 100% wool (Desi)

Designed by: Kusum

Handspun by: Teji Devi

Handknit by: Renu

Naturally Dyed: The blue grey colour comes from a dye made from the berries of a local shrub called kshambal, the chartreuse colour is made from onion skins, and the gold colour comes from walnut bark (akhrot).


Approximately 6" (15 cm) wide x 17" (43 cm) long, measured flat and will stretch to fit a variety of calf sizes.

Sabeth is 5' 5" (165 cm) tall, with a 12.75" (32.5 cm) calf circumference, and is wearing our geo legwarmers in brown with a blue grey and chartreuse motif. 

Handwash in cool water, lay flat to dry in shade. Do not agitate. Naturally dyed colours may rub. For more information, visit our care page.


All of our garments come in a protective muslin bag, stitched by the women of Kruti, in the village of Mulshi, Maharashtra. Kruti, a stitching unit run by Anubhuti Social Foundation, provides employment opportunities to women in rural communities, by implementing training programs in tailoring.

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*Colours will appear differently with varied lighting and screens.