Marina Shirt Dress
Marina Shirt Dress
Marina Shirt Dress
Marina Shirt Dress
Marina Shirt Dress
Marina Shirt Dress
Anegada

Marina Shirt Dress

Regular price £175.00
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Taking inspiration from tropical palms and distant islands, this stunning bold print kaftan dress in a striking blue block-print makes the perfect ensemble for flaunting a sun-kissed glow. Block printed by the hands of skilled artisans in India. For instant casual elegance, adjust the sleeve lengths with the delicate, shell button detail.

Made from 100% Organic Cotton, using azo-free dyesFor the first few washes, please hand wash lightly with a mild detergent. A cold and gentle machine wash is fine for later use. Fully compostable at end of life.

UK orders are delivered within 3-5 days.

International orders are delivered within 7-12 days.

Read the full details on delivery and returns here.

Measurements (cm) S M L
Bust 107 116 128
Waist 104 113 125
Hip 110 119 131
Total Length 90 91 92.6
The model is 178cm / 5"8 and wears size S.

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Emissions

This dress is made entirely from organic cotton, which produces considerably less greenhouse gasses than conventional cotton. The garment has been block-printed by hand, a traditional Indian process, that is also low energy.

Circularity

By using only natural materials and dyes, this beautiful dress has the potential to be composted at end-of-life. Anegada have also ensured that the dress arrives in plastic free packaging that is fully recyclable, biodegradable and is made from 75% recycled materials.

Water Consumption

This dress has been beautifully block-printed by skilled artisans in India; this process has been achieved using azo-free dyes, drastically reducing the levels of pollution within water waste. By using GOTS certified organic cotton, this garment uses significantly less water than conventionally grown cotton. In fact, organic cotton can reduce water use by 91%.

Workers Rights

Anegada works with two ethical sewing workshops, one of which is Project Thrive, an empowerment program for at risk women based around the slums in New Delhi. Training women in sewing, cutting, quality control and packing, the project aims to provide stable jobs, fair wages and additional benefits like flexible hours and funds for healthcare and further education. Wage checks are in place and the factories are SEDEX audited.