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Summer Shibori Dress

You’ll love it because: A travel staple, this soft silk and cotton blend dress slips on easily for a casual look, or styled for work or an evening out.

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Inspired by the summer breeze on the Mekong, this dress is made of a light weight silk and cotton blend for maximum comfort. Tailored for a relaxed look, the minimalist style can be dressed up or down, making it a perfect wardrobe staple and great for traveling.

Available in two colour tones, including one featuring natural indigo dye, and some light shibori. The fabric is woven by our artisan partners and the tailoring and finishing work is completed at the Living Crafts Centre.

  • Material: Silk mixed cotton

Additional information

Color

Blue, Grey

Size

Medium, Large

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