Brand : maison de soil
80'S VOILE LARGE FLOWER BLOCK PRINT
1: Body width 61cm, Length 109cm, Shoulder width 58cm, Armhole 19cm
*Please note that there may be slight variations in size due to the manufacturing process.
Model height / 5'5.75
The material used is cotton voile, which has a pleasant, light feel against the skin.
The floral pattern is expressed by combining "block printing," a traditional technique handed down from generation to generation in AJRAK village in Gujarat, India, where hand-carved woodblocks are used and hand-pressed to print on the fabric, with stencil printing.
Blue is black, charcoal is dark brown, and a line-drawing block print is applied on top of a white color bleached out.
Unlike machine-made prints, which are uniform and monotonous, this textile is entirely handmade, so each piece has a slightly uneven feel, giving it the warmth that only handmade textiles can provide.
This is a pullover type dress with a neat V-neckline.
The neck opening is not too deep, and the balance is such that it can be worn alone.
The French sleeves, which continue from the body without switching to the sleeves, create a feminine, gentle shoulder line,
The width of the body is also relaxed, and the silhouette is attractive for those who enjoy the feeling of falling.
The countless pin tucks on the bust, handcrafted by skilled craftsmen in India, are so beautiful that you can't help but be enraptured.
Another key point is that the line at the hem does not make it look monotonous and provides a subtle accent.
Both sides have convenient slash pockets.
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