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Muinat Green Denim Kimono Style Dress With Contrast Stitching

£125.00
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This structured, kimono inspired wrap dress comes in both black and this pleasing chalk green hue. Features 3/4 length sleeves, a drop shoulder, and tie belt to cinch in at the waist. Double patch pockets, and contrast topstitching details. Secured with two internal buttons made sustainably from corozo nuts and a hook & eye.. Crafted in organic cotton denim for its sustainable credentials.

Made in 100% certified organic cotton denim. 223 gsm weight for an easy, semi-structured fit. Grown and woven in Kerala, India. The corozo nut buttons are derived from eco-friendly, Ecuadorian Tagua Palm, and crafted in the UK.

The average length of this dress is 93.5cm, but to see the more exact measurements of this item see the chart below:

UK 8
UK 10
UK 12
UK 14
UK 16
UK 18
Length
92
93
93
94
95
95
Chest
100
105
108
111
114
118
Depth of V neck
22
22
22.5
23
23
23.5
Shoulder to Shoulder
46.5
48
49
50
51
52
Sleeve 
34 36 37 38 39 40

 

Designed in house by Birdsong. Made sustainably, ethically, locally by talented women paid a fair wage in East London.

  • Fabric

    Made in 100% certified organic cotton denim. 223 gsm weight for an easy, semi-structured fit. Grown and woven in Kerala, India. The corozo nut buttons are derived from eco-friendly, Ecuadorian Tagua Palm, and crafted in the UK.

  • Fit

    The average length of this dress is 93.5cm, but to see the more exact measurements of this item see the chart below:

    UK 8
    UK 10
    UK 12
    UK 14
    UK 16
    UK 18
    Length
    92
    93
    93
    94
    95
    95
    Chest
    100
    105
    108
    111
    114
    118
    Depth of V neck
    22
    22
    22.5
    23
    23
    23.5
    Shoulder to Shoulder
    46.5
    48
    49
    50
    51
    52
    Sleeve 
    34 36 37 38 39 40

     

  • Makers

    Designed in house by Birdsong. Made sustainably, ethically, locally by talented women paid a fair wage in East London.