Wabi Sabi Pinafore Dress

Naturally Dyed & Handwoven

Popularised throughout history by Gandhi, Khadi formed the fabric for India’s stand on self-sufficiency and movement against imperialism. It still resonates with these ideals today, as women and men in rural India handweave this cloth with great skill and care to the rhythmic beats of a loom, earning themselves economic freedom. This fabric is hand-dyed at the yarn stage using natural dyes procured from the bark of trees, plants and leaves. The variations in dyeing lend this garment its own uniqueness and is a prized characteristic of natural dyeing. As kind to skin as it is to nature, natural dyeing is a craft form that has been handed down generations. Grassroot works with artisans in rural India to bring employment opportunities back, making every village a self-sustaining unit.

Wabi Sabi Pinafore Dress

Regular Price: $215.00

Special Price $86.00

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Regular Price: $215.00

Special Price $86.00

Description

An off white handwoven cotton maxi pinafore dress with an asymmetrical hemline and woven border detailing.

Delivery Time: We require 4 working days for the dispatch of this product.

Style Tips: Partner this with tan sandals and a tan sling back for a stylish look, ideal for a brunch.
Do Not Machine Wash Dry Clean Preferably or Hand Wash Separately In Cold Water Using a Mild Detergent Do Not Bleach Do Not Soak/Wring Line Dry Medium Iron

Style No. SS17JM078

Fabric Outershell - Handwoven Cotton, Innershell - Cotton Voile
Sl Length NA

Naturally Dyed & Handwoven

Popularised throughout history by Gandhi, Khadi formed the fabric for India’s stand on self-sufficiency and movement against imperialism. It still resonates with these ideals today, as women and men in rural India handweave this cloth with great skill and care to the rhythmic beats of a loom, earning themselves economic freedom. This fabric is hand-dyed at the yarn stage using natural dyes procured from the bark of trees, plants and leaves. The variations in dyeing lend this garment its own uniqueness and is a prized characteristic of natural dyeing. As kind to skin as it is to nature, natural dyeing is a craft form that has been handed down generations. Grassroot works with artisans in rural India to bring employment opportunities back, making every village a self-sustaining unit.