Embrace whimsy with this fun and flirty ruffle Polka Dots Baby Doll Dress. The classic black and white polka dot print is always in style. Made out of deadstock cotton fabric leftovers, the floaty skirt showcases pretty ruffles that add movement to the fit-and-flare silhouette. But besides being beautiful and fun, this cotton dress has a beautiful social project behind it.Read More
WHAT WE LOVE ABOUT THE POLKA DOTS BABY DOLL DRESS
- The timeless print: Off-white with black polka dots!
- It has pockets. Such a practical detail!
- It is really flattering and fun!
- Fair Trade
- Super affordable sustainable and ethical fashion.
- Every little detail is being done by the skilled hands of tailors & seamstress in Pakistan.
- The cotton used is coming from family-owned small cotton mills sitting normally beside the cotton fields. Very short supply chain!
- Woman-led business with a social cause.
- Take into account they use American sizing and tend to be a bit bigger than other standards. Model is 5’9″ and wears a US size 4
- Machine wash cold on gentle cycle, line dry.
- 100% deadstock cotton.
- The fabric is lightweight and non-stretchy.
STYLE IT WITH…
This Polka Dots Baby Doll Dress is perfect to go to the beach or meet some friends on any casual occasion. Style it with some sandals and a cute bag like the Baw Pot Raffia Bag or the Hana Pompom Raffia Bag. Add a touch of color with the Pistacho Raffia Earrings. Sand Brisbane Bikini Bottom and the Sand Brisbane Bikini Top and you are ready to relax and get your sun quota.
If you are looking for a more urban look, add some sneakers and some Colombian bead necklaces like the Estrella Embera Beaded Necklace for an amazing look.
ABOUT THE ARTISANS
Victoria Road began with co-founders Megan Brosterman & Shannon Grewer who sought out to create a socially responsible fashion brand that would support sustainable economic development. They work with several talented designers like Farina Naimat Ali and are a member of the Fair Trade Federation. That means that their workshop employees are treated fairly and paid living wages.
The company ethically sources and manufactures in Pakistan. They use deadstock fabric, local cotton from family-owned mills, and fabric leftovers from other factories. Their factory is also a zero-waste facility that produces in small runs and finds subsequent uses for all fabric remnants.
We love that they are creating an amazing network with local farmers, cotton mills, tailors, seamstresses, and designers. Be part of the chain and join this silent revolution of conscious consumers.
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