Rosebush" printed cotton veil dress. The all over printed "rosebush" pattern is just crazy. My favorite of the collection: garlands of pale gray and caramel climbing roses on a feathery fabric. The gathered skirt is mounted on a small yoke. The details full of delicacy make us fall in love: floral motifs embroidered tone on tone on the yoke and shoulders, scallops hemmed with satin stitch at the bottom of the sleeves and the dress, square neckline bordered with frills and two natural mother-of-pearl buttons on the back.
All these details turn this flared dress into a marvel, perfect for all the ceremonies that will mark this year.
Made in Portugal.
Care: Washing 30°, Ironing on the reverse
Dress in off-white organic cotton jersey. A very simple dress that does not follow the fashion but the movements of little girls. A dress where the sleeves have been replaced by ruffles. The bodice supports the skirt at the waist which is adjusted with a tone on tone drawstring. We love the soft organic cotton and the apple embroidered in gold lurex thread on the chest.
100% coton biologique
Wrap skirt in off-white cotton crepe with black lines. This check weave with its clean, minimalist lines has a name: it is called "windowpane". It is characterized by the repetition of squares of equal size, formed by a single line.
At Emile et ida, the cotton for this piece is woven in Portugal, as close as possible to the garment factory.
You liked the winter chasuble dress. We have kept the shape of the skirt, which is rounded at the front and bordered by a gathered flounce that goes all the way around the skirt, and the elasticated belt in the back extends to tie at the side. The skirt is lined in ecru cotton voile.
A skirt that will turn many heads in the playground.