Introducing the Kiera Dress, an easy silhouette to wear just about anywhere. Wear it with slides or espadrilles to keep it casual, cowboy boots for more of a country look, or sneakers for a head turning on-the-go look.
This piece comes with a one-size-fits-all belt that wraps 1-2x around the waist and can tie at the front or back. It’s made to be a versatile piece and can be worn alternatively as a mask or a head wrap/ head band.
The Kiera Dress has an invisible zipper on the side to make putting on and taking off as easy as possible. The dress has 15 covered buttons going down the front of the dress which can be undone at the bottom, giving you the ability to show as much leg as you’d like.
This dress is made from deadstock fabric, meaning it’s rescued leftover fabric from textile mills that would have otherwise been thrown out in a landfill. It was produced in a limited quantity in Los Angeles, CA at a small, ethical and sustainable factory called Nana Atelier.
This dress runs big. Nianga (pictured) wears a size XS. She is 5’9” and has a 33.5” bust, 24.5” waist, and 35.5” hip.
For a DRAPIER look follow this size guide:
XS Waist 24”-26” / Hip 34”-36”
S Waist 27”-29” / Hip 37”-39”
M Waist 30”-32” / Hip 40”-42”
L Waist 33”-35” / Hip 43”-45”
For a more FITTED look on the waist, follow this size guide:
XS Waist 26”-27.5” / Hip 36”-37.5”
S Waist 28”-30” / Hip 38”-40”
M Waist 31”-33” / Hip 41”-43”
L Waist 34”-36” / Hip 44”-46”
Deadstock fabric - 65% cotton 35% polyester
For longest garment life hand wash cold with mild soap and line dry or dry clean.
Made from deadstock fabric in an ethical & sustainable factory in Los Angeles, CA called Nana Atelier.
All clothing tags, hang tags, and care labels are made from recycled material. Your garment will be mailed to you in a home compostable mailer made by No Issue or Tishwish, who plants a tree every time we place a mailer order with them.
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