From ancient Greece, the olive tree is a symbol of peace and friendship
A maxi dress has never been so easy to style and comfortable to wear.
The sleeves have been made extra long to fold over a cuff allowing you to wear the sleeves as short or long as you prefer.
The back is a low scoop that sits just above your bra line and soft gathers in the top of the sleeves.
The Olive Dress comes with a seperate belt to cinch you in your smallest part and show off your naturally beautiful shape.
Of course, it wouldn't be perfect without pockets.
Below are more options of how you can style the Olive Dress.
100% Linen - Grown from flax plants. Linen is easy to grow, requires little water, and is biodegradable. Once sourced, it’s durable, resilient, and only gets better (and softer!) with time. We love this cloth for its strength and gentleness. Linen is breathable and will keep you cool through the warmer months and can be comfortably layered in the cooler ones. When left to its own devices, it wrinkles like a smile.
Before washing, turn the garment inside out
Hand or machine on gentl cycle at max. 30°C (86°F)
Avoid a bleaching agent
Do not tumble dry
Iron when slightly damp
Pre-washed linen items can be easily machine (tumble) dried on low heat.
Remove from the dryer when they’re still slightly damp and hang or lie flat to finish the process. Air drying is another great option that saves on electricity and adds softness to the linen items. Line-dry your items or dry them flat on a white towel.
Linen naturally gets softer with every wash, and stone washed linen should already be at its maximum softness. Fabric softeners (liquid or dryer sheets) weaken the fibers and coat them reducing their absorbency and moisture-wicking properties.
Natural fibers like linen will wrinkle, crumple and crease, you just have to accept it. However, if you really want an item pressed, use a medium-hot iron on the fabric while it’s still damp or overlay it with a damp towel.
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