This true wrap dress is ultra-flattering. The ruched skirts overlap generously to keep you covered while walking in the wind or twirling on the dance floor. Long sleeves. Ample side-seam pockets. Available in forest green/cream (click here), purple/red pasto print (click here), and blue/light green pasto print (click here).
The pima cotton plant has extra-long cotton fibers, which create softer, more durable fabric. This dress will not only feel silky against your skin, it will resist pilling and wear, wash after wash. Printed with fiber-reactive dyes, the colors of this dress will stay vibrant throughout the years.
Silvania's spring 2018 dresses were sewn in a small, family-owned garment factory in Lima. Georgia visited the factory regularly throughout product development and production, and was always welcomed to visit with workers as they sewed Silvania products. This small factory has safe working conditions, offers fair pay, and never exploits child labor.
The original Silvania print, "fauna de la costa" means "fauna of the coast". Silvia, Silvania's founder, was inspired by depictions of shore birds, fish, and frogs by the Chancay culture. The Chancay culture was active on the central coast of Peru, near Lima, around 1000 - 1470 CE.