Long sleeve plain linen smock dress, Silver Dust
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Vintage style calf-length dress in grey-coloured linen
This wonderfully soft dress made of high-quality linen is the ideal companion for everyday life. Due to the loose fit and the light fabric , it is super comfortable to wear and thanks to the simple design it can be easily combined with all kinds of accessories.
The understated yet elegant shade of grey goes with almost any other colour, so you can create numerous looks with this dress and give it your own personal touch.
Even if you are looking for a fancy dress for your wedding, as a wedding guest or as a maid of honor, this nostalgic style dress is an individual alternative that you can style with accessories as you please.
The calf-length dress has long sleeves with a small button at the hem, practical pockets at the sides and is loosely smocked at waist level. So it flatters every figure and looks especially great with exciting Shoes especially with exciting combinations.
Linen is very comfortable to wear and has a cooling effect, especially in warm temperatures. Due to its natural properties, linen tends to wrinkle. However, this is no cause for concern as linen creases nobly.
XXS - XXL
Our model wears the linen dress in size XXS at 1,74 m.
Please note that the linen dresses are a little smaller than you might be used to. Compare your measurements with our size chart 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 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.