The Blue Poppy Midi Dress, dyed in natural indigo is a sleeveless, midi length dress with a side neck opening and has gathers just above the waistline for unrestricted movement. This dress is crafted from a silk and cotton blend and the contrasting patchwork of jamdani weaving details offsets the stripes on the rest of the dress.
Dress is 106-110 cm long, depending on size.
Relaxed fit. Midi Dress
Model is 169 cm and wears a size S
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Made in India.
50% Mulberry Silk + 50% khadi cotton.
Dyed in natural indigo. Please note there will be slight change in colour of fabric from image shown. This is normal as the natural indigo interacts with the atmosphere.
Variations and irregularities to be expected.
Eco dry cleaning recommended.
Low heat iron.
This dress is made from natural indigo dyed silk and cotton fabric. Natural indigo is derived from indigo bearing plants, wildly grown around the world. India has historically traded this plant-based Indigo dyed fabric, also known as “Blue gold” to Europe where people enjoyed this rich pigment and considered it a luxury product.
MAKU TEXTILES by designer Santanu Das is a slow fibre movement against rapid industrialisation and instead focuses on sustainability. Maku stands for sustainable blue and is the predominant colour used. Natural fibres, dyes and handmade textiles are employed to craft all Maku pieces. Each skillfully woven garment promotes the historic craft practices of India, such as the process of indigo dyeing, which is a 500-year-old heritage.
Maku attempts to tackle the issue of intolerance and limitless choices by narrowing the choices it gives its customers and in turn entices us to look deep into the products, material and aesthetic and revel in the details instead.