Meadows Frill Top - Desert Floral
Meadows Frill Top - Desert Floral
Meadows Frill Top - Desert Floral
Meadows Frill Top - Desert Floral
Meadows Frill Top - Desert Floral
Meadows Frill Top - Desert Floral
Meadows Frill Top - Desert Floral
Meadows Frill Top - Desert Floral
Meadows Frill Top - Desert Floral
Meadows Frill Top - Desert Floral
Meadows Frill Top - Desert Floral

Meadows Frill Top - Desert Floral

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A soft romantic shape for golden hour strolls, the Meadows Frill Top is designed for summer ease with sweet shirring detail neckline and boxy relaxed fit. Made with light breathable cotton, it’s an easy choice for any summer occasion.

We’ve collaborated with First Nations artist Julieanne Ngwarraye Morton in this capsule collection.

Julieanne works with the Artists of Ampilatwatja arts centre near Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. These artists are recognisably distinct from other First Nations artistic communities, as they have consciously decided not to paint Dreaming stories. Julieanne paints using her knowledge of the landscape in fine detail, showing layers of plants, seeds, flowers, hills and rocks.

DETAILS
Relaxed fit top with shirring detail at neckline and mid length sleeves.

COMPOSITION
100% Cotton

 

Mara is 164cms and wears a size 10

Elodie is 180cms and wears a size 10

Michalea is 174cms and wears a size 20

Bade is 179cms and wears a size 8

Gentle cold machine wash inside out
Do not bleach, soak or rub
Line dry flat in shade
Warm iron on reverse side
Do not tumble dry
Dry cleanable

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Return your full-priced item within 14 days, and you can receive a refund, exchange or credit note, valid for 6 months. For sale items, return within 14 days for an exchange or credit note, valid for 6 months.

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Meet the Makers - Printed Garments

A family run business that began weaving fabrics in 1907 in Delhi, India. Later generations moved into cut and sew fabrics.
Even in their factory format, they hold some of the heritage techniques that we love about India - hand beading, embroidery (both machine and hand), and work with printers who still screen print by hand.
These makers are SEDEX and BSCI compliant - which are both organisations which audit ethical working conditions.
We visit annually, and all footage is from our factory visits there.

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