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Above Clouds - Ombre dip dyed Silk n Cotton top. Ready to ship sample.

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New color for Spring/Summer 2012.
The color of sky at dusk.
Hand dyed silk top.
Generously cut shirt made from crepe de chine silk and cotton batiste.
Built in sash, long enough to wrap around waist.
Front panel is dip dyed silk, back is hand dyed cotton.
Back panel is longer than front.
This is ready to ship piece and was made in limited edition.
Fits like medium, but sizing is flexible, please check measurements below:

Front length: 21"
back length: 24.5"
width at shoulder: 23.5"
width at chest: 22"
width at bottom hem: 23"

all xsilk items are hand made, from cutting, sewing, dyeing to painting.
plenty of time and attention goes into each and every piece.
each piece is one of a kind and original.

care instruction: each garment will be delivered pre-washed and ready to wear. When it is time for it to be cleaned after initial wear, I recommand it to be dry cleaned for the first time. Hand wash separately with cool water and mild liquid detergent OR dry cleaned thereafter. Do not wring or twist. Air dry flat, use warm iron when silk is slightly damp.


find more handpainted silks here:
www.xsilk.etsy.com

questions? please convo me or email me
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Please indicate your size when you order.

Above Clouds - Ombre dip dyed Silk n Cotton top. Ready to ship sample.


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: silk, cotton
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 201 reviews
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