The breathtaking Hawaiian coastline of Ka'anapali served as our inspiration for designing this GreaterGood exclusive. Perfect for the hottest of summer days, the silky-soft fabric is lightweight and gauzy with an ideal amount of swing. Each piece is hand-dyed in varying shades of blues and purples for an ombre effect, making your dress truly unique. The mixed floral patterns are enhanced by golden, sparkling beads along the front bottom hem, as well as embroidery around the neckline blooms. Sure to become a hot weather favorite, this sleeveless, mid-length dress can also be paired with leggings to extend into cooler months.
Due to the hand-dyed nature of this item, color shades may vary.
- 100% rayon & beads
- Beaded & embroidery detailing on front only
- Designed exclusively for GreaterGood
- Hand wash separately in cold water, do not bleach, do not wring, do not tumble dry
- Made in India
|Sizing in inches / cm||Chest (around)||Length (back of collar to bottom hem)|
|One Size Fits Most Regular||44.8 / 113.8||45.7 / 116|
|One Size Fits Most Plus||55.2 /140.2||48.8 /124|
Sarc is an artisan group in Jaipur, India that has been established for more than 23 years. The group employs people in multiple villages and helps them build sustainable incomes for their families and their futures. By working within the community, this group helps each artisan with their personal goals, like sending their children to good schools.
This artisan group also helps preserve the practices and traditional skills found throughout the participating villages and gives those skills new life in each textile created. Each article of clothing this group creates is a unique work of art produced by the skilled handiwork of multiple artisans.
It really does take a village to contribute to each item’s beauty. Every step in the process—from making the fabric, stitching it together, adding embroidery, dyeing the fabric and applying any number of unique prints and designs—highlights the skills and beautiful traditions found throughout the 25+ villages involved.