CAICOS ORGANZA JARDIN DRESS - ORME SMOCKS

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Regular price €145,00

 CAICOS ORGANZA JARDIN DRESS - ORME SMOCKS

  • Beautifully handmade smocked dress
  • Butterfly wing sash to be tied in the back
  • Matching fabric covered buttons fastening
  • Fully lined enabling the dress to twirl

A little word from the designer:

“The North of Caicos is named the garden island due to its rich soil upon which all sorts of exotic fruits, herbs and are grown: red pepers, papayas, plantain,melons. May this beautiful coral red shade bring a touch of exoticism to your summer! 

Dancing and playing among the plantain trees for this photo shoot was so much fun!“

Composition : 100% organza dress and 100% cotton lining

Limited collection: To enable each and every little girl to have her almost unique dress we make very limited editions. For more information or inquiries please contact us at info@charlottesydimby.com

Free shipping in Europe - product available in our Parisian boutique L'Île aux Fées 66 rue Notre Dame des Champs 75006 Paris

REF: R-JAR-ORME-5-SM-SC-H32 E2

Size Guide

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Care and cleaning tips

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Tests are conducted on all our fabrics. All our garments can be machine washed at 30°C preferably on a delicate cycle. Turn the dresses inside out and wash them with similar colours. Hang dry. Do not tumble dry. 

Made with high quality fabrics our clothes are made to last and be passed down from generation to generation. No specific care is required, just let your little ones wear them with love and enjoy!

Handmade couture & smocks expertise

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Time-honored traditions of dressmaking are practiced in our very own atelier by our team of experts who bring each piece to life. 

Pioneers in marrying nouveau French style with the traditional smocking art of Madagascar and have been dedicated to the craft for over three decades. Deeply treasured, we are dedicated to the
safe-keeping of this precious heritage.

Our fabrics are manually gathered using a traditional pleater. Through meticulous gestures we obtain consistency and equal distance between the stripes.

 For striped and checked fabrics, each pleat is made one by one fully  by hand so as to put forward one color. The same goes for velvets so as to achieve greated precision.

Once pleated, the fabric is then smocked entirely by hand too. This skill is passed down from generation to generation within our atelier. Offering unlimited possibilities, smocks enhance our creativity. Each season is a new opportunity to experiment and renew our designs. Inspiration is gleaned from nature’s beauty, cherished childhood memories, and most of all French culture.  

All our embroideries are traditionally made with embroidery hoops. We call the result “needle painting” due to its delicacy. Thanks to this ancient know-how we achieve great precision and sophistication.

At every step and up until the very last stitch, great care is provided. The wrong side is almost as clean as the right side. 

Our hems are also made by hand in order to obtain an invisible seam. Even our buttons are self covered by hand!

 

 

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