Dve Rima dress in charcoal and white striped linen, pin tucked in panels, one size easy fit.
Dve Rima dress in charcoal and white striped linen, pin tucked in panels, one size easy fit.
Dve Rima dress in charcoal and white striped linen, pin tucked in panels, one size easy fit (sleeve detail).
Dve Rima dress in charcoal and white striped linen, pin tucked in panels, one size easy fit.
Dve Rima dress in charcoal and white striped linen, pin tucked in panels, one size easy fit (details).
Dve Rima dress in charcoal and white striped linen, pin tucked in panels, one size easy fit.
Dve Rima dress in charcoal and white striped linen, pin tucked in panels, one size easy fit (pin tuck details).

Dve Rima linen dress - charcoal and white stripe

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Dve clothes are a sheer joy to wear. Designed and made with impeccable attention to detail and using only natural fibres (linen, handloomed khadi silks, jamdani cottons, and pure wool) and natural dyes.

Ethically made in subtle shades and with exquisite hand finished details, each piece is designed to breathe and move with you. Dve’s “handmade clothes bring nature and age-old Indian artistic tradition together to celebrate women and their original, uninhibited styles”.

The one size Rima dress is a firm summer favourite - with artisan stitched pin tucks back and front (each piece takes approximately 9-12 hours of stitching) and side pockets, it's flattering, loose fitting and comfortable! The striped version features pin tucking that matches the striped panels of the fabric, with beautiful contrast stitch detailing at the hem and hand embroidered Gandhi motto ("my life is my message").

Also available in charcoal chambray linen.

 

  • One size
  • 100% linen
  • Woven and stitched with love in India
  • Hand washing recommended

Measurements : length 107cm /  width at hem 108cm / chest (measured flat underarm) 59cm

NOTE: This is a handmade product, any variation in dyeing or weave is a natural variation, not to be construed as a fault, but an intrinsic part of the beauty of the artisanal process.