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Injiri Dress - design n° 16 (sold out)
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Injiri Dress - design n° 16 (sold out)

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Every stitch, gather and selvedge in these Injiri dresses tells a story. The Injiri textiles are text, a hand-crafted tale that’s shaped by artisans and weavers across India. With influences from folk clothing and local dressing styles, complemented by a deep respect for the process.
This dress is entirely made by hand - from the weaving and dying to the last trim. It passes through the hands of craftspeople from various parts of India, utilizing traditional skills and techniques.

Colour: Blue
100% Hand Dyed Silk
Size: M (fit 10-14)
Designed & Made in India

This softly gathered empire line dress has a beautiful inserted embroidered front panel in white with a peter pan buttoned front entry to the dress. The fabric has been hand tie dyed in Indigo. All button hole detailing is hand stitched. The sleeves are long and buttoned at the wrist. It has two side seam pockets. The dress falls to just above the ankle. It would look equally fabulous with converse sneakers, a leather sandal or for the coming winter a black pair of tights and chelsea boots.

About Injiri

Injiri designs come from an array of inspirations. Sometimes from the weavers they work with and at other times from antique pieces of clothing or textiles that are obsolete. The simplest of clothes worn by peasants, farmers and common man, inspire them the most.

In olden days making clothes was a very slow process that allowed the maker to do each piece at leisure. In the past woven material was a precious commodity and was used frugally. The “hand-made” quality in antique pieces was very evident and Injiri are inspired by this history of craftmanship over and over again.




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