Tablier Dress in Natural Linen (Pre-Order, Ships May 30)
Discover the ultimate chic, everyday dress in the most gorgeous linen, inspired by Provence's simple joys of slow living... Our Tablier Dress is designed for long market strolls, sharing amazing meals with good friends, and dancing under the stars by night. Wear barefoot frolicking in the countryside, slip on over a slip dress, or pair with ballet flats for an chic, elegant dinner. Featuring two pockets, side ties and a cross-cross back wrap with button detailing, our Tablier Dress is created in the softest, OEKO-Tex certified linen we could source, from Europe of course.
- 100% OEKO-TEX Linen 130 grams
- Color: Natural Flax
- Back wrap-style, apron dress with adjustable side ties
- Midi Length
- Two pockets
- Interior adjustable button to secure wrap in back along with two side ties for an adjustable fit
- Proudly Designed & Made in Provence
- See Size Chart for available sizes of: XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL
Behind the Design Inspiration, by Artisan of Provence, Jamie Beck:
" I wanted the dress to be a true interpretation of all the references of Provence. The creamy warm tan color of the stones taken so many hundreds or thousands of years ago to build the towns and bridges and aqueducts of this region. The goddess like statues you find at the entrances of most towns with her full, sweeping skirt and warrior like leg dynamically striding through. The linen fabric, which is the perfect thing to live in here, earthy and cool and easy, and that line the brocantes with monogrammed table cloths, sheets and antique dressing. The ruching on the waist line was inspired by the cuffs and necklines of men’s French antique linen dressing shirts. The true Provence is dusty, so I wanted the kind of dress you could wear in the garden picking vegetables, or at a beautiful bastide lunch with the summer sun shinning through the trees. The wrap of the dress was inspired to be reminiscent to the linen aprons and life in a kitchen cooking with love to be shared. Practical pockets for carrying coins to the market or to run out to buy a hot baguette."