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*Sample* Seafaring Dress in Admiral Print 10-12
*Sample* Seafaring Dress in Admiral Print 10-12
*Sample* Seafaring Dress in Admiral Print 10-12
*Sample* Seafaring Dress in Admiral Print 10-12
*Sample* Seafaring Dress in Admiral Print 10-12
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*Sample* Seafaring Dress in Admiral Print 10-12

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*Sample* Seafaring Dress in Admiral Print - All Sample Sales are final and non-refundable. These are fully manufactured photoshoot samples and are almost identical to the final production pieces. By purchasing this sample you are agreeing to these terms. Sample has velvet collar and cuffs.

Chest 90cm

Waist 79cm

Hips 96cm

The Seafaring Dress in Admiral Print is partly inspired by 1940s preppy tea dresses and is combined with our Admiral print featuring symbols of sea mythology and superstition.

Made from 100% tufted cotton jacquard printed in antique cream and rust. Lined in 100% cotton.

This Autumn Winter Collection aims to encapsulate the wild, unpredictable, unwavering force of the sea and all of its mysteries. Tales of sirens and sea beasts infiltrate the soft feminine silhouettes through hand painted prints and embroideries. Shapes are formed from sea captain’s uniforms and contrasted with willowy ethereal shapes that drift eerily through the oceans waves. Prints feature precious keepsakes and lucky charms for safety on long voyages, alongside omens and sirens luring sailors to their fate.

“Thus on Life’s lonely Sea.

Heareth the marinere,

Voices sad, from Far and Near,

Ever singing, full of Fear,

Ever singing, Drearfully.”

J.R.Lowell