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DeviDesigns And The Sun Was Blue Hemp Boho Gypsy Goddess Maxi Dress

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This dress is made mostly from 7.5 oz 100% hemp summercloth that I dyed using low impact fiber reactive dyes in warm glowing shades of orange and yellow creating the most exquisite marbling and fractals. These dyes are guaranteed to “not fade away”. The front panel is adorned with a calico blue sun appliqué accented with painted motifs as well. There are also two nice big roomy pockets on either side of the center panel- super handy! Please note that all seams have been sewn, serged and top-stitched where necessary using Gutterman thread.

The bodice is fully lined in the blue starry calico used throughout the dress and it is shaped by darts for a superb fit. The straps lace into six loops at the bodice back and there is an elastic casing at the top-center-back of the skirt.The six panels that comprise the skirt are all tapered, so there is no bulky gathering below the bust.

This dress will fit a medium Goddess and measures as follows:

Bust:up to 40"
Bodice length at top-center-front to empire line: 6"
Length: From top-center-front on down: 49"
Bottom Width: 80"

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DeviDesigns And The Sun Was Blue Hemp Boho Gypsy Goddess Maxi Dress


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: hemp summer cloth, calico cotton, fiber reactive dye, thread, fabric paint, beads, elastic, pure love
  • Ships from United States to select countries.
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