LOWIE - Les Indiennes Sundress

169.00

Lowie’s purple and yellow sundress in organic cotton seersucker is inspired by traditional Indian woodblock prints. Cut to a relaxed, tiered style with sweetheart neckline, wide straps, contrasting covered button detail and finished with elasticated back shirring. Falls to knee length.

We feel the photos don't do this dress justice having tried it on in the showroom! It's a beautifully cut dress, perfect to go with sandals, sneakers, cowboy boots, and heels. A little summer dress that will cheer you up and you will cherish forever!

Further styling options - why not pair with the Les Indiennes purple print jacket for a gorgeous summer outfit!

COMPOSITION: 100% Organic Cotton.

FEATURES: Relaxed fit, wide straps, knee length, contrasting fabric-covered buttons, elasticated back shirring.

CARE: Gentle machine wash at 30 degrees.

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About the Brand

Founded by designer Bronwyn Lowenthal in 2002, Lowie is a sustainable womenswear label built from a love for traditional handicraft techniques, heritage elements, and an unwavering appreciation for the environment.

Bronwyn was raised on the Australian island of Tasmania which sits at the confluence of the South Pacific and Indian Oceans. Much of her childhood was spent exploring and learning about the planet and the ways we can protect it.

From beginnings at London's Portobello and Spitalfields markets, nearly two decades later, Lowie has grown from a knitwear accessories brand to a vibrant womenswear label releasing thoughtfully made products throughout the year. They are a South London brand with their flagship store located in Herne Hill with the studio at the back.

As a brand, Lowie tries to be as ethical and sustainable as possible, putting the issues of sustainability and renewability at the forefront. We seek sustainably made fabrics, manufacture with low energy consumption, and work with manufacturers we trust and who pay their workers fairly

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Care Instructions

Gentle machine wash at 30 degrees.