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Echeveria Dress


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100% Linen


A unique, below-the-knee length pinafore dress with a subtle yarn-dyed check, overdyed with light navy to add beautiful tones and shades. Our handsome Echeveria Dress is made from reassuring, heavier weight slubby linen, which offers warmth for the cooler months. The bodice is lined in 100% cotton and it has a stylish crossover back, two oversized pouch pockets and a waist tie inspired by artisan bakers' aprons. Cinch it in at the waist for a more feminine silhouette. We think it looks lovely with one of our plain cotton jersey tops or our roll-neck Landing Top, tights and soft leather ankle boots.

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Average customer rating 5 out of 5, based on 3 reviews.

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Lovely versatile dress

I like to buy clothing that will crossover the seasons, so when I saw this new piece I had to buy it. This dress will be great for winter with a polo neck and layered up with a cardigan, but equally good in warmer months on its own or with a tshirt. Bring more styles out like this Seasalt, it’s a winner!

Posted by  •  7th December 2017

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Adorable dress

I love this dress! Even though it should look ridiculous on me as I’m only 5ft 3 and it does come down a wee bit lower than I would have normally chosen. Never mind- it looks lovely. Slightly old fashioned pinafore dress, it goes beautifully with a plain blouse/polo neck. So comfortable & relaxed. I’m thrilled with it.

Posted by  •  5th December 2017

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hurray at last a useful skirt/dress

I have been waiting for you to create a 'pinafore' dress I think it is great. Both the style and the length. BUT I wpuld like it to be made using your soft cord also notusing 'heather' as I am very unlucky wearing this colour.

Posted by  •  29th November 2017

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