Dress RIANA made of 100% organic pima cotton

Elegant sheath dress in charming prints
CHF 159.00 Tax included
  • summer-garden
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Dress SALMA  made of 100% organic pima cotton
Dress SALMA made of 100% organic pima cotton

SALINA skirt made of 100% organic pima cotton
SALINA skirt made of 100% organic pima cotton
- Classic sheath dress in elegant new prints summer-garden and ocean-flower
- Material: 100% cotton (organic Pima cotton)
- Cut: straight, slightly waisted, ends above the knee
- zipper on the side
- side pockets
- back length size M: ca. 92 cm
- Chest width in size M: approx. 42 cm
- Lightweight feel

RIANA is a classic sheath dress that ends just above the knee and is slightly fitted with a straight cut and short sleeves perfect for beautiful summer events. With practical side pockets and a side zipper for easy entry. The new prints add a touch of color to your elegant appearance, while you feel light as a feather wrapped in the best organic Pima cotton from Peru.

Perfectly combined: The new boleros GALA are color-coordinated with the new prints of the summer collection. The colors mint-pastel and sky-blue ideally complement the new print summer-garden. The color purple-pastel matches the new print ocean-flower and violet-berry harmonizes with the print rubine.

Best wearing comfort
Made from organic Pima cotton grown in the coastal regions of Peru. Gently harvested by hand only, it is processed into this fine yarn in an elaborate process. The result: a hard-wearing fabric, that shines like silk, has a natural flow, feels very soft to wear, and is cool in summer.

High-quality natural fiber
Pima cotton is hand-picked and hand-selected, which guarantees that the fiber is not damaged as it is with machine picking. It is also virtually pollutant-free. The fineness and extra-long fiber make Pima one of the best cotton. It is soft and fine and has its sheen, to which it owes the name "silk of South America".
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