The Frerrow Dress Plaid by Stine Goya is an example of how a dress made with eco-sustainable materials, in addition to being good for the environment, can also be super stylish! Who said sustainable fashion has to be boring and monochromatic? Stine Goya shows us that fashion can be serious and light at the same time. All this is part of the philosophy to which Vivien Vestwood has given voice "Buy less, choose better and make what you buy last a long time. Focus on quality, not quantity". The Ferrow Dress is an example of how high quality garments made to last over time can be created from recycled materials. This beautiful soft and flared cut is perfect when worn with Vero tights in the same pattern, and a pair of boots to face the cold winter days in a stylish way. Add a chucnky blazer or pullover for a more sporty effect. Perfect for the office but also for wild evenings with friends or romantic candlelit dinners. In short, a real wild card for your wardrobe!
This dress features a feminine silhouette with a buttoned front, buttoned cuffs, V-neckline, flowing skirt, balloon sleeves and a self-tie belt at the waist. Crafted in recycled polyester with a Scottish print in a mix of pink, black, orange and yellow. Cut above the knee.
The model is 177 cm tall and wears a size xs.
Measurements for size S:
Chest 91 cm
Waist 78 cm
Bottom width 278 cm
Sleeve length 69 cm
Total length 93 cm
96% recycled polyester / 4% elastane
Wash at 30 ° gently