Nila Dress - Kantha Stitched - Indigo & White

$240.00 $195.00

An all-season, long sleeve dress. There are actually 4 pockets in this dress!  Can you believe it?  Dreams do come true. Side pockets for your essentials and front patch pockets for style.  Sweet button detail at the back.

Sewn from striking artisan cloth; handspun, thread-dyed, handwoven and hand stitched. Natural indigo dyed yarns are woven into cloth, then passed to another community of artisans to be stitched upon with a running kantha stitch. The resulting cloth begs adoration and celebration of the craft and the skill of the artisans behind it.


  • 100% cotton with kantha stitch throughout.
  • Handspun & handwoven.
  • Naturally dyed with plant indigo.
  • Front patch pockets & side pockets. 
  • Sewn at the Maiwa Studio in India


A Note on Fit:

  • Straight cut


Small: bust up to 44" / hip up to 42" / length 43".

Medium: bust up to 46" / hip up to 46" / length 44".

Large: bust up to 48" / hip up to 48" / length 45". 

Model: Alexis is 5’7” bust: 34", waist: 26", hip: 33" wearing size small. 


*All discounted items are final sale


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

    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 fabric can be gently washed with cool water. To protect the natural dyes you absolutely must use a pH neutral liquid detergent. Wash with similar colours.  Immediately hang to dry or tumble dry on medium heat. 

    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.

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