Nausicaa dress

£230.00

This versatile tea length, block colour dress can be worn with a shirt for the office, or a t-shirt for a more casual look. The straps and top of this dress are made from authentic Japanese indigo fabric* from the Japanese Sea area and the skirt is 100% cotton. You can also wear this on its own, as the perfect summer dress.

*About Indigo
One of the oldest methods in the world, even ancient Egypt and China used the indigo method to dye fabrics. In Japan, the dye is extracted from plants and the resulting deep blue usually does not fade, especially from cotton fabrics. In 10th century Japan indigo dyeing still exists as a craft today, and the leaves must be fermented in the ground for a week, to moderate temperature. Then Sake and other products, such as wheat bran, are heated in a vat. Once ready to be dyed, the artisan soaks, wrings and dries the textile (generally the popular silk alternative, cotton) and without chemicals, create patterns by hand. To achieve the darkest indigo blue, fabric may be dyed up to forty times.

• Handmade
• Indigo fabric ( 100% cotton, Japan)
• 100% cotton lining ( Italy)
• Side pockets
• Customised skirt length
• Made to order in sizes:
o Extra small
 bust: 88 cm (35'')
 waist: 67 cm (26'')
 skirt length: 61 cm (24'')
o Small
 bust: 92 cm (36")
 waist: 72 cm (28")
 skirt length: 61 cm (24'')
o Medium
 bust: 95 cm (37.5")
 waist: 75 cm (29.5")
 skirt length: 61 cm (26'')
o Large
 bust: 98 cm (38")
 waist: 78 cm (31")
 skirt length: 61 cm (26'')
o Extra large
 bust: 100 cm (39'')
 waist: 80 cm (31.5'')
 skirt length: 66 cm (26'')
o 1X
 bust: 104 cm (41'')
 waist: 84 cm (33'')
 skirt length: 66 cm (26'')

For more information or if you have questions, please contact us, we are happy to help!
Thank you so much for looking at this fit and flare dress!

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This versatile tea length, block colour dress can be worn with a shirt for the office, or a t-shirt for a more casual look. The straps and top of this dress are made from authentic Japanese indigo fabric* from the Japanese Sea area and the skirt is 100% cotton. You can also wear this on its own, as the perfect summer dress.

*About Indigo
One of the oldest methods in the world, even ancient Egypt and China used the indigo method to dye fabrics. In Japan, the dye is extracted from plants and the resulting deep blue usually does not fade, especially from cotton fabrics. In 10th century Japan indigo dyeing still exists as a craft today, and the leaves must be fermented in the ground for a week, to moderate temperature. Then Sake and other products, such as wheat bran, are heated in a vat. Once ready to be dyed, the artisan soaks, wrings and dries the textile (generally the popular silk alternative, cotton) and without chemicals, create patterns by hand. To achieve the darkest indigo blue, fabric may be dyed up to forty times.

• Handmade
• Indigo fabric ( 100% cotton, Japan)
• 100% cotton lining ( Italy)
• Side pockets
• Customised skirt length
• Made to order in sizes:
o Extra small
 bust: 88 cm (35'')
 waist: 67 cm (26'')
 skirt length: 61 cm (24'')
o Small
 bust: 92 cm (36")
 waist: 72 cm (28")
 skirt length: 61 cm (24'')
o Medium
 bust: 95 cm (37.5")
 waist: 75 cm (29.5")
 skirt length: 61 cm (26'')
o Large
 bust: 98 cm (38")
 waist: 78 cm (31")
 skirt length: 61 cm (26'')
o Extra large
 bust: 100 cm (39'')
 waist: 80 cm (31.5'')
 skirt length: 66 cm (26'')
o 1X
 bust: 104 cm (41'')
 waist: 84 cm (33'')
 skirt length: 66 cm (26'')

For more information or if you have questions, please contact us, we are happy to help!
Thank you so much for looking at this fit and flare dress!

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