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Cardamom Dress - Handwoven Cotton - Indigo Stripe


A dress you'll want to live in! Easy to wear and versatile - can be cinched at the waist, buttoned fully, worn open, or styled by increasing the length of the slit.

Sewn from exquisite artisan cloth; naturally dyed & handwoven by village artisans in Bengal, India. By dyeing the threads before weaving, there is an added depth and variance to the colour that celebrates the handcraft of the dyers and weavers who created it. 


  • 100% cotton - medium weight.
  • Handwoven.
  • Thread dyed with natural indigo.
  • Side pockets.
  • French seams.
  • Functions well for breastfeeding. 
  • Sewn at the Maiwa Studio in India.

*Handwoven fabrics may contain slight variegations that are to be celebrated and are a reminder of the hand craft that created the garment.

A note on fit:

  • Adjustable waist makes for an easy fit.


Small/Medium: up to 52" around the body / length 47".

Medium/Large: up to 54" around the body / length 48".

Model: Molly is 5’ 7” bust: 38”, waist: 30”, hip: 40” wearing a size small/medium.

Model: Steph is 5' 10" bust: 33", waist: 28", hip: 38" wearing a size small/medium.


Note: Indigo is a friendly dye and likes to share its colour. You can expect some colour to rub off on your skin or other clothing for the first part of this garments life.  

Care Instructions: Your garment can be gently machined or hand washed with cool water. To protect the natural dyes and natural fabric you absolutely must use a pH neutral liquid detergent. Wash with similar colours. Immediately hang to dry.

Recommended detergents: Ecos, Eucalan, Tru Earth or a mild liquid detergent no higher than pH 7

- Tru Earth must dissolve completely in water before adding garments to wash


Comfortable, versatile clothing that celebrates natural fibres, natural dyes and hand weaves. Feels great against your skin, while looking effortless and stylish at home or out in the world.

Learn more about handweaves.

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