Purple Love Midi Dress - Salt.Mango.Tree
Purple Love Midi Dress - Salt.Mango.Tree
Purple Love Midi Dress - Salt.Mango.Tree
Purple Love Midi Dress - Salt.Mango.Tree
Purple Love Midi Dress - Salt.Mango.Tree

Purple Love Midi Dress

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Our Purple Love midi dress is a modern flowy dress with gathers around the waist and a flared skirt for easy movement and twirly dreams. This beautiful, lightweight midi dress is crafted from 100% organic cotton that is hand-woven the traditional way. The dress is finished with a V-shaped neckline in the front and has dramatic fold up sleeves. 

Dress is 114 cm long.

Relaxed Fit. Midi dress.

Model is 169 cm and wears a size S

Write to us at orders@saltmangotree.com.au for sizing queries.  

Made in India.

100% hand spun and Handwoven Cotton.

Hand dyed using natural dyes.

Gentle machine wash in cold water using a mild, no bleach detergent.

Line dry in shade. Do not bleach. Low heat Iron.

Wear it with wedges and an oversized tote bag for a Sunday arvo lunch or pair it with your favourite pumps and clutch for Friday drinks.

Khadi, or Indian hand-spun textured cotton is a revolutionary fabric that turned into a weapon of non-violence in India against their provincial rulers. Khadi is made by hand in Indian village homes, utilizing a cotton yarn spun on a wheel, or "charkha". The aubergine purple shade is hand-dyed using low-chemical, earth-friendly dyes.

CROW is a woman owned and led, contemporary Indian brand, founded in 2011 by Shaila Khubchandani. It reflects functionality, hope for the environment, and inclusive communities. The brand is an amalgamation of traditional and modern sensibility. Crow harnesses the craftsmanship and knowledge of the artisan and translates it into wearable, artistic, and meaningful clothing. Crow works with many weaving communities across India who work with sustainable and non-power based traditional processes and tools similar to those seen in the 19th century making their textiles timeless and eco-friendly.

Each garment is a culmination of an empathetic partnership between designer, artisan, and "karigar". The brand attempts to add a touch of luxury and ignite a perception of exquisite beauty towards the traditional cotton fabrics.