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6 / S 110 cm 57 cm 76 cm -
8 / M 114 58 78 -

Lot No. 8043-08-53010


A 1930s British smocking dress is reproduced by machine embroidery to create a feminine dress.

■ 12 momme silk decin produced in Japan is used for the fabric.Silk desin is a woven fabric that is woven into a plain weave using untwisted or weakly twisted warp yarns and strong twisted weft yarns.It is characterized by delicate grain (unevenness) created by the difference in twist strength between the warp and weft.
It has an elegant and natural texture without being too glossy, and its suppleness to the touch is attractive.In addition, silk is a material that is gentle on the skin, and it is a material that is often used for nightwear because it has excellent hygroscopicity and heat retention as well as for people with weak skin.
■ It features smocking on the chest and cuffs.Smocking, also known as smock embroidery, is a technique that uses European-style embroidery techniques to fix the folds of a sewn and pleated fabric, and is characterized by its elasticity.Originally, it is said to have originated in Hungary, with a device to make straight-cut clothing fit into a rounded human body.
After that, beautiful colors and numerous stitches were introduced in various countries, and it gradually developed decoratively.This method is often used for folk costumes in Czech, Slovakia, Hungary, Scotland, etc.
■ You can wear it for a long time, and in addition to matching boots as a dress, you can also coordinate pants and skirts, and you can enjoy various coordination.
■ Non-washed products.

Material: 100% SILK
Color: 2 colors
Country of production: Japan

[Reference example of size]
・ Staff A: Choose height 156cm, weight 55kg 6 / M.
・ Staff B: Select height 163 cm, weight 46 kg 6 / S.
・ Staff C: Height 165cm Weight 57kg 8 / M is selected.

* The size is the actual size, but there may be some individual differences.Please consider it as a guide.