Silk Caftan Dress. Shibori Dyed
One-of-a-kind, long, caftan shift dress made of 100% habotai silk Shibori dyed in royal blue.
One-of-a-kind, long, caftan shift dress made of 100% habotai silk Shibori dyed in royal blue. Hand sewn with an inset front panel dyed in soft reds and embellished with hand beaded rainbow brooch. Cap sleeves.
Fun Festival Wear
Casual Boho Wedding Attire
Fantastic Resort Wear
Can be worn as a simple dress with or without leggings.
Measures 25″ across shoulders, bust, hips: front (25″) and back (25″)
Washable. To prolong life of silk, hand wash in cold water and white vinegar. Do not soak. Hang in the shade to dry.
Machine washing okay, but not recommended. If machine washing, use a mesh bag. 1/2 cup white vinegar + 2 teaspoons salt works better than any laundry detergent. http://theheartysoul.com/diy-natural-laundry-detergent/
Note: Keep in mind that the colors on computer monitors vary.
is a traditionally trained print maker who loves combining traditional with experimental printing techniques.
She has many works in private collections in the United States and Abroad.
She enjoys creating clothing and accessories from fabrics she finds in thrift stores. She either directly upcycles the fabric into a new garment, or manipulates it through different textile techniques, including:
Digital printing from a personal design
Printing with found objects
Breakdown surface printing
No printing is ever the same, making each item unique.
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