Liberty Dress - Chambray
The Liberty Dress in indigo chambray. Effortlessly feminine. Built to last for work, play, and everything in between.
A flattering A-line cut with hidden back zipper. Falls at knee on most.
The Liberty Dress was ethically made in Swahlee’s studio workshop in Assam, India. As this dress is handmade, some variations may exist which add to its uniqueness and character.
- 100% cotton indigo chambray
- Functional hidden pockets
- Machine wash & dry or line dry, warm iron
- Sewn from up-cycled surplus fabric from India’s famous textile market
Wash and Care
Swahlee prewashes and machine dry all cotton fabric before cutting and sewing in order to pre-shrink.
Dresses should always be washed with like colors.
Cotton dresses can be machine washed and machine dried. However, as with all garments, line drying your dress, rather than tumble-drying, will increase its lifespan, as it is gentler on the fibers. Line drying is also better for our planet by reducing CO2 emissions. Colored clothing should be dried in the shade to prevent fading.
A warm iron may be necessary to remove wrinkles.
Line drying results in less wrinkles on our 100% handloom cotton dresses than tumble drying.
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About The Brand
Swahlee is an impact-driven fashion and lifestyle company. Its classic yet modern styles, with a focus on comfort, are made ethically and transparently in the brand’s studio workshop in Assam, northeast India.
Commited to fair wages and benefits that allow employees to plan for the future, Swahlee fosters a collaborative environment in which the talents and aspirations of each member is valued.
Swahlee sources materials ethically from like-minded suppliers who are preserving traditional artisan skills and from surplus markets to minimize textile waste. The company specializes in all-natural fabrics such as cotton, linen, and ahimsa silk, for their breathability and their minimal environmental footprint.
The brand seeks to connect makers - weavers, seamstresses and artisans - to markets that acknowledge the true worth of their craft. When these craftspeople are compensated the fair value of their work, they can adequately provide for their families and plan for the future.