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Cap Sleeve Dress - Kashmiri Leaf-Women-The ANJELMS Project
Cap Sleeve Dress - Kashmiri Leaf-Women-The ANJELMS Project
Cap Sleeve Dress - Kashmiri Leaf-Women-The ANJELMS Project
Cap Sleeve Dress - Kashmiri Leaf-Women-The ANJELMS Project
Cap Sleeve Dress - Kashmiri Leaf-Women-The ANJELMS Project

Cap Sleeve Dress - Kashmiri Leaf

Vendor
The ANJELMS Project
Regular price
$149.00
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$149.00
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Our cap sleeve dress is a favourite for its classic simple lines is flattering on all body shapes. A wide boat neck and cap sleeves will flatter ladies with a stronger bust widening the shoulder and teamed with its knee-length will elongate the body. A tie belt will allow our shorter customer to create a waist feature and ruched up to the top part to create longer lines on the leg. Its classic shape will make it the perfect dress to take for a family summer lunch with your favourite cardigan, a work lunch teamed with a classic blazer, and after-work drinks with a denim jacket.

Kashmiri Leaf Print
Our Kashmiri leaf pattern is a celebration of the iconic print that has been travelled over centuries from its Persian origins to the European shores by the East India Company by the Silk Route in the 18th century to become a favourite even appropriated by the English under the “Paisley” name. The original droplet like motif  “boteh" or “Buta” is a representation of a floral spray combined with a cypress tree, a symbol of fertility and eternity.

Handloom Cotton
Hand-spun, handwoven, locally sourced Khadi from Pushkar, India.
 
Hand Block Printed
Designs are hand-carved onto wooden blocks. Then Pawan, our block printer at The Stitching Project, places each block onto the cloth after dipping the block into the ink board. This process is repeated hundred times over with amazing precision and experience to create the perfect patterns.
 

Each Anjelms piece is signed by the craftsperson of The Stitching Project that was involved in its making.

Designed in Fremantle, Western Australia. Made ethically in Pushkar, India by The Stitching Project.

Sara is 178cm (5'10") and wearing size S