A reinterpretation of our favorite indigo staple in a new comfortable, classic design. Native indigo has been used in Mesoamerica for centuries for vestments of priests and noble lords, but the prevalence of chemical dyes nearly extinguished the plant and traditional dye process. Bluetiful, a group of San Salvadorian women, is now reviving this tradition, cultivating indigo and applying it with a resist-dye technique on the most soft and breathable cotton.
Irregular rectangles of indigo span its entirety, the cotton gets softer and softer with each wear. Feel as incredible as you look wearing an ancient indigo art with a twist of modern design.
Stylist tip: a swing a-line dress with 3/4 length sleeves, and v-neck. A perfect breezy dress that can be tied at the waist. Belt included.
Care instructions: Wash by hand in cold water.
Handcrafted in El Salvador
Read more about the artisan group, here.
Due to the unique creation of each piece, differences may occur from the images provided.