Bryn Trellis Print Crepe Dress

CAD 390.00
Slate Navy
Size: XXS

Hand screen-printed in India, our Bryn dress is illustrated by a geometric pattern inspired by garden trellises. Made from viscose crepe made up of regenerated cellulose fibre obtained from controlled and certified sources. Cut to an easy shape with raglan dolman sleeves, falling to a lower-calf length.

Trellis-print crepe derived from wood pulp. Hand screen-printed. Raglan dolman sleeves. Side pockets. Lower-calf length.

Details

Machine wash 30ºC. 100% viscose.
Made in India.
This fabric has been screen printed by hand. Each piece is unique and colours and texture will vary. These irregularities are characteristic of this lovely print method and are not considered faults.

Size & Fit

Easy fit. Length: Lower calf. Sleeve: Short sleeve.
Studio model Kelia is 5ft 8in/173cm tall and is wearing a size S.

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Viscose Care Guide

Viscose is a biodegradable material that can be produced from a variety of plants such as soy, bamboo and wood pulp.

Viscose was discovered by British chemists, and was the first manufactured fibre to be produced in large quantities. It was initially marketed as a more affordable and accessible alternative to silk.

Viscose fibres and yarns are usually woven or knitted into smooth and soft fabric. This makes them ideal for hot, humid climates. At TOAST, we like viscose for its drapiness and movement, and for its ability to carry intricate prints and rich colour.

How to wash

Viscose generally can be cleaned in a washing machine at 30 degrees. To prolong the life of your garment, we recommend that viscose is washed by hand, as it is prone to shrinking. Some viscose is dry clean only, as the twisting that occurs in the washing machine can cause damage to the fibres.

When washing by hand, use cool water, or water no warmer than 20 degrees.

How to dry & store

Line dry your viscose and reshape it whilst still damp, and avoid tumble drying. Allow to air dry flat or on a padded hanger.

Be careful not to wring or twist your viscose. You can easily iron back to shape whilst damp, as viscose grows with steam.

Cotton bags that allow airflow are ideal for storing viscose clothing.