Grey linen dress with collar and short sleeves, Silver Dust
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Wide swinging linen dress with short sleeves and bobo collar
Finding a pretty outfit as a wedding guest is not always easy: not too flashy, but fashionable and elegant, yet comfortable and wearable all day.
Made from cooling linen, this short sleeve dress is ideal for a summer celebration. In an elegant light grey, feminine midi length and with little contrasts like the white bottom hem on the sleeves and skirt, it's a purist as well as timeless piece.
Other highlights include the pretty bobble collar and contrasting buttons that give the dress a girly, natural feel.
This dress is also a great choice as a wedding dress if you're looking for an alternative to glittery ball gowns or princess looks with lots of tulle or ruffles. With Accessories like a pretty Floral wreath and great Bridal Shoes for example, you'll have a colorful outfit for a casual summer wedding put together in no time.
Linen is very comfortable to wear and has a cooling effect, especially in warm temperatures. Due to its natural properties, linen tends to crease. However, this is no cause for concern, because linen creases nobly.
XXS - XXL
Our model wears the linen dress in size XXS at 1,74 m.
Please note that linen dresses run a little smaller than you might be used to. Compare your measurements with our sizechart before ordering. Under "Linen Dresses" you will find the measurements for the respective dress variant.
Please note that linen is a natural, non-elastic material. Due to the non-existing elasticity it creases more easily than other fabrics and gives the dress its casual, natural noble crease look.
To enjoy your linen dress for as long as possible, we recommend cold machine washing. Please do not tumble dry, bleach or dry clean.
Iron warm on the inside for a wrinkle-free look.
If you prefer the typical linen look, you can also do without ironing.
By the way: In contrast to cotton, linen has an excellent ecological balance! Flax cultivation requires significantly less pesticides and fertilizers and only about 1/4 of the water compared to cotton. Since flax grows in rain-fed areas anyway, additional irrigation is usually not necessary.