1960’s inspired short length, A-line, blue poplin dress. Features short sleeves with a thin buttoned cuff. Detailing a small Peter Pan collar, a front and back yoke, tight gathering above bustline and mother of pearl buttons down center front placket to provide easy access for breastfeeding. Paired with blue poplin culottes, full-cut and gathered at upper thigh, finished with white, cotton voile lining.
All fabrics used are repurposed deadstock fabrics.
Style ID: 1500011-12-02 Sustainably made in Los Angeles
Washing Instructions: dry clean only; green dry cleaning advised
Model Size & Fit: model is 5’9” and wearing a US size 2.
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3% of the world’s arable land is used for cotton production, but accounts for 11% of pesticides and 24% percent of insecticides. These pesticides, insecticides and polluting chemicals contribute massively to groundwater and soil contamination. 2,700 liters of water are used to make one cotton shirt, which is enough water for one person to drink for 2.5 years. Additionally, 200 tons of water are used to produce one ton of dyed fabric.
Our blue poplin cotton is a fabric that was produced by a larger design house. The full quantity was not used by them and would have ended up in a landfill. So, we saved the fabric, the abundant resources and energy used to create it, and chose to give this deadstock fabric a second life, as our pretty Melrose Dress.
Choosing deadstock fabric is one important step towards effectively breaking the harmful cycle. Our brand believes in saving our planet and minimizing our waste, water and energy footprint wherever we can. We strive to be a part of the emergent movement towards sustainable fashion.