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Purple Embroidered Maxi Dress

The Loom Art

Regular price $197.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $197.00 USD
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Editor's Notes

This elite timeless silhouette is made in handwoven cotton fabric. Patterned and tailored into elegance, this blue dress, is the definition of timelessness and beauty. It’s a notch collar dress with a lace detail on the waist and gathered sleeves. A delicate fan pleat finishing on the sleeve & detailed hand embroidered wildflowers on the front. This collection has been made from the inspiration of Mughal embroidery done on the carpets in the ancient times.

Materials used

Artisan made, Eco friendly, Organic

Color

Violet

Shipping Details

Production Time: 10-12 working days, Delivery Time: 12-18 working days. In case of faster shipment, kindly get in touch with us.

Care Instructions

Dry cleaning the clothes is preferable. Hand wash separately in cold water. Do not soak in water for too long. In order to maintain the brilliance of the color, add a handful of salt on the first rinse. Do not use fabric softener or starch. Do not dry in direct sunlight.

Brand Story

The label focuses on reviving the old and dying authentic craft, embroidery and weaving techniques in this fast fashion dominated world. The loom art is a fond effort to give platform to these artisans; weavers, embroiderers, sample person, craftsmen to come together and co create. This to the brand is sustainability, to sustain livelihoods of talents. Sustainability is a way of life, fair trade, hand loom fabrics, hand embroideries and mostly happy employment.

Production Details

The brand dwells upon handwoven fabrics made in quaint villages of India. Recreation of ancient hand embroideries like Kantha, Phulkari, Cross Stitch and further more to remind you of the simpler times when clothes were woven & knitted by the hands of your grand mothers. The Loom Art is our medium to channelize these techniques with thoughtfully designed motifs in order to keep the ancestry of story telling alive.