Rambling Roses Cotton Midaxi Dress
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The Rambling Roses Cotton Midaxi Dress in Moonshine. This cotton dress is printed with intricate hand-drawn artwork inspired by an early 1900's design. Beautifully crafted with textured soft cotton and adorned with subtle, signature ruffles for romantic texture. Decorated with perfectly positioned ruffles on the tier of the skirt for signature styling. The perfect piece to breeze through the summer months.
-Organic textured cotton decorated with tonal floral print and cotton ruffles
- Fully lined
- 100% Organic cotton
- Concealed zip at centre back
- Made in India
- Our fabrics are printed by hand using traditional techniques. Due to the artisanal nature of the printing process the colours may vary slightly in production, adding to the beauty of the overall design
- Organic Cotton:
- 100% of the the Cotton used for this style is organic.
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At Needle & Thread, we're constantly taking steps to improve our sustainability practices, from product design to packaging. Our eco-conscious box and tissue paper used to package your order are FSC-approved, and are both recyclable.
The stickers used on the tissue paper and on the box can both be recycled.
- Fitted through the bodice with a multi-layered full skirt
- Length finishes at mid-calf (UK size 20 - 80 cm / 31.5 inches from waist to hem) * Length varies 1cm between sizes
- Model is 176cm / 5ft 9.5in and is a UK size 20
- To freshen between wears spot clean with lukewarm water and cool iron on reverse
- Delicate dry clean
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