The Daisy White Pleated Slip dress is made from hand woven cotton indigenous to India. This super versatile and trendy dress has a round neck, adjustable spaghettis straps, box pleats on the front and back and finishes mid-calf.
This floaty and dreamy piece with its relaxed yet stylish fit, hugs you in all the right places without being too fitted.
Dress is 109-111 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.
100% hand-spun and hand-woven cotton.
Variations and irregularities to be expected.
Eco dry cleaning recommended | Gentle machine wash in cold water.
Use a mild, no bleach detergent. Low heat iron.
Pair with blazer, brogues and structured bag for a day look or with heels, clutch and sweet accessories for a glamorous night out.
Handspun and handwoven is far beyond just a wonderful sort of texture. Handwoven cotton has profound roots in the Indian character. Hand weaving goes back to two thousand years of history and is one of India's oldest techniques of textile production. Innovative patterns, which can not be replaced by powerlooms, are the strength of Indian handloom fabrics.
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.