A summer poncho. A shawl blouse. Tried to figure out what to call this one.
The bottom edge flaunts the edge of the textile, it is a particularly pretty selvedge so it's cut to include it. It's this feature that will limit the production to a sample sized quanitity—the pandemic left us with only a sample yardage delivery. We are not sure when we can get our hands on a larger roll.
The floral is our favorite watercolory cotton voile import from Spain.
A geometric silhouette, interest added with a quilt like blocking of exquisite textiles. It looks effortless, but only after it takes time to shape the neck in an nearly invisible way (there is in fact a front vs. back), so it will sit well on the collarbone, and each seam requires three passes on the machines to finish the armholes and neck in a clean, durable way.
Tunic fans: this style for now is only available in the shorter version, but look for a longer version soon that we are designing to cover to the hip.
This voluminous top isn't really about fit. It is designed to drape freely over every part of the body it covers.
Almost any person could put both sizes on, but we recommend these two sizes based on test drives and feedback.
Size XS to L
Size XL and UP
Blend of cotton and cotton/linen textiles Made in the USA of imported fabrics Hand or machine wash cold, smooth out wrinkles while damp, hang to dry Iron on cotton setting if desired