Miskha Wrap Dress in Green

People Tree


        • Standard orders within Europe from 11,00€.

          Payment methods: Credit/Debit card I Paypal I Finnish online banks
        • Midi-length wrap dress with V-neck and short sleeves. Use the tie-belt to cinch in the waist, giving a ‘fit and flare’ shape which flatters your frame and creates a feminine silhouette. Made from GOTS certified organic cotton in jersey finish making this dress both comfortable and flattering. A versatile style to dress up or down, for day or night. 

          Material: Extra soft organic cotton. Organic cotton products are produced without harmful synthetic chemicals or additives and are grown using methods and materials that have a low impact on the environment. 95% Organic cotton, 5% Elastane

        • True to size. Take your normal size. Length: The inside leg length of this garment is 115 cm in a size M (12). 

          We want to make sure that you feel comfortable in your clothes, so when measuring yourself there is no need to pull your tape measure too tight. Measurements in the chart are body measures. If you are still wondering about your size, do not hesitate to contact us info@fair.fi because we do want to assist you!
        • Wash on a low spin with mild detergent, wash with similar colours, do not soak, flat dry in shade.
        • Made for People Tree by Assisi Garments, that is a social enterprise in India. Assisi was set up by providing training and employment for deaf, mute and economically disadvantaged women. The skilled artisans at Assisi transform Fairtrade and organic cotton fibre into beautiful handmade garments. The close partnership between People Tree and Assisi Garments meant that ours was the first supply chain entirely in the developing world to achieve the Soil Association Global Organic Textile Standards mark. Assisi Garments also spins the organic cotton at their recently opened Spinning factory. The partnership between People Tree and Assisi Garments helped to build the first GOTS certified supply chain in the developing world.

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