A one-of-a-kind overdyed henley dress with shirting details inspired by classic antique French tailoring. Made of Japanese cotton poplin that is lightweight with a slightly satin finish. The Clay color is realized through a natural dyeing process using oak galls and madder extract.
Pointed collar, subtle yoke gathering detail, clean drop shoulder and pleated key hole sleeve finish each piece. The large cargo pockets are complimented by a half-button placket and side-seam pockets for added functionality. Ida's straight, loose volume falls just below the knee with a tall hem opening on either side. French seam finishing with mother of pearl button closures.
Natural dyes respond best to hand washing and ph neutral soap. To best care for your garment avoid excessive sunlight. You may wash on a delicate cycle, but help our environment and wash by hand and air dry when possible. Please avoid dry cleaning.
•100% cotton poplin
Japanese "typewriter cloth"
•Hand sewn and botanical dyed in New York City, the imperfections from the dye process are inherent to the character of the garment