Nothing quite says summer like our Blue Skies dress. This easy to wear spaghetti strap midi dress is crafted from 100% handloom organic cotton and complemented by the clamp dyed technique in a diamond pattern. Natural indigo is used to obtain the striking blue colour, which is sure to bring a smile to your face.
- The striking blue in a diamond pattern
- 100% Handloom Organic Cotton
- Non-sheer, non-stretch, breathable fabric
- Cotton Spaghetti straps are non-adjustable
- V neck in the front [8”] and back [11"]
- Finishes mid-calf with slit at the back
- Individually Hand-dyed using natural dyes making each piece truly unique
Available also in Rays of Sunshine.
Dress is 112 - 114 cm long.
Relaxed fit. Maxi dress.
Megha is 170 cm and wears a size M
Colour may vary slightly on varying screens
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Proudly Made in India.
100% hand-spun and handwoven organic cotton.
Hand-dyed using natural dyes. Colour may run in the first wash.
Hand wash in cold water using a mild, no bleach detergent.
No soak. Line dry in shade. Do not bleach. Low heat iron.
Wear it with your favourite slingback flats and an oversized tote bag. Beach ready in a jiffy!
The textile used for this dress uses organic cotton produced by the MG Gramodyog Seva Sansthan Foundation [MGGSS], West Bengal. The foundation's primary focus is on promoting Indigenous Variety cotton or Desi Cotton, a rain-fed crop indigenous to India grown with no harmful chemicals like pesticides or insecticides.
The stunning blue is hand-dyed using natural indigo by award-winning SIDR Crafts run by brothers Abduljabbar Khatri and Abdullah in Kutch, India.
The Santra Project is a woman-owned and led Indian brand founded in 2021 by Tanisha Thyagarajan. Born out of love to bridge the gap between craftspeople and consumers, this contemporary brand is committed to nurturing century-old traditional methods and working with artisans to preserve their ancient textile crafts. A collective that works towards transparency, fair trade, ethical consumerism, they draw inspiration from travels, memories and old family photographs. Read More