OVERDYED STRETCH WEAVE SPLIT DRESS IN LIGHT COBALT
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Short sleeve hi-low dress with a long frontal center slit and rope ties criss crossing down from the collar to waist. Stretch weave material overdyed post weaving, featured in light cobalt. Features handwoven details throughout developed in house, unique to Luna Del Pinal. Made out of a mix of cotton, recycled cotton, and rubber tree coated in polyester, the split dress is especially comfy due to the nature of the material's stretch while still keeping its contoured form.
Measurements: Size UK 8: Bust 28”-50”, Waist 23”-44”, Hip 28”-52”, Length 57.5”, Shoulder 12”-16.5”, Sleeve 5.5” Size UK 10: Bust 32”-54”, Waist 27”-52”, Hip 31”-60”, Length 57”, Shoulder 13”1/4-19.5”, Sleeve 5.5” Size UK 12: Bust 34”-56”, Waist 29”-52”, Hip 34”-62”, Length 57”, Shoulder 14.5”-21.5”, Sleeve 5.5”
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We will exchange or refund all unworn regular-priced clothing items if posted by trackable mail or courier within 7 days of receipt. The item must arrive to the shop within 14 days of posting.
All jewelry, objects, underpinnings, printed matter and swimwear are final sale. Sale items are final sale. Promotional sale purchases (items purchased with a discount code) are available for exchange or store credit only.
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Luna Del Pinal is a unique and inspiring artisanal womenswear and lifestyle brand based in Guatemala. They believe textiles are more than just pieces of cloth, they are the framework of our second skin, a transformation of fibres, evidence of the creative mind, telling stories and making culture. The brand works with over 200 artisans, placing focus on them as collaborators, highlighting them in artist profiles. Luna Del Pinal's work blends Latin American tradition, nomadic travels, and social activism to create a new bohemian aesthetic, all while maintaining transparency in the complex and moving process of marking what is happening visually, and how we will go forward.
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