Essential Bodysuit in Ivory



One bodysuit for life. This Essential Bodysuit is expertly crafted to a slim silhouette with a square neckline. Matching snap button closure. Supportive lining. Constructed using slow production methods to ensure this will last a lifetime. Made from a blend between 78% RECYCLED NYLON and 22% sustainable techno-fabric SPANDEX, made of a ECONYL® regenerated Nylon, turning ecological problems into sustainability solutions. Imported from Italy. Slim fit. Fits true to size. Model is wearing XS. Height 5’7″ / Bust 32″ / Waist 24″ / Hips 34″.

Please note this product ships from the USA!


artisanal production


locally sourced

Locally Made

recycled upcycled materials

Upcycled / Recycled





Modern Uniform - Responsibly Designed

dāl embodies a fresh and timeless understanding of the female form and the values of the modern woman. With draping fabrics and striking silhouettes, the dāl woman can embrace luxury while remaining a conscious consumer.


The creative force at the helm of dāl, founder and designer Dana Mortada brings over 10 years of experience and her East Coast-to-Beirut upbringing, heavily influenced by European fashion. Feeling a lack of sustainable, long-lasting garments in her essentials closet, she was compelled to create an LA-based brand providing ethically-made clothing with complete transparency that prioritizes timelessness and elevated minimalism.




Materials used by dāl are eco-conscious, sustainably sourced, and quality forward. They acquire all materials locally to reduce shipping emissions and support their communities. They utilize GOTS dyes and work in tandem with a local Los Angeles dye-maker who shares their sustainability focus. Their collections feature fabrics such as 100% Linen, TENCEL™, Organic Cotton, Cupro, and ECONYL®, each with its own unique qualities that make it a game-changer in the world of sustainable fashion.



dāl works exclusively with small factories based in their home of Los Angeles, remaining diligently hands-on throughout the manufacturing process and exercising quality control on both product and ethics. They prioritize local mills that omit synthetic materials and harmful compounds.

All labor practices and wages instituted by dāl meet or exceed modern standards, because they know that environmental care can not be held separate from economic equality.