Crafted from sustainable silk, and featuring straps that allow multiple tying options, this versatile dress is designed to be worn in several flattering ways.
Origin of raw materials
The sustainable silk (30% organic silk, 35% recycled Pet, and 35% cotton) is supplied by ‘O Casulo Feliz’ who produce silk sustainably, and harvest it manually. The natural pigment terminalia fagifolia was supplied by ‘Etnobotânica’, and the hand-dyeing process was achieved by our partner ‘Studio Inbluebrazil’.
Our vegetable dyeing is an artisanal process, so shade variations in the garment may occur naturally. Our natural pigments are obtained from cooperatives and family farming associations in Brazil, where they cultivate and manually harvest the extracts, following the norms and criteria established for agriculture in areas of sustainable development.
Dyed garments may release color in the first few washes. Don't worry, this is a natural process that doesn't compromise the quality of your piece! (link to care for your piece).
As sustainability is one of our guidelines, we pay careful attention to every detail. The choice of fabrics, the natural dyeing method, origin of the plant pigments used, the trimmings, the route and donation of textile waste to artisans after each piece is finished.
Natural clothes deserve special care
Wash your garment inside out, by hand and in cold water;
Use neutral or coconut soap;
Do not use bleach, chemicals and do not soak;
Rinse well and dry in the shade;
Iron at minimum temperature (up to 110 degrees).