Emily Hope Dress -White Kota Doria with Gold Splatter
When Emily Meets Jackson At A Party!
Inspired by Emily Dickenson's white house dress and Hope poem and Jackson Pollock's scatter paintings, this is a whimsical dress that is ready to party!
The easy-wearing flowing dress has a fluted collar, mid-length hemline, lantern sleeves, beaded neck-tie and lace detailing. Plus, it has pockets! A variant of our other Boho Dresses, this gold splattered dress says, I want to shine!
Kota Doria takes it's name from a small town of Rajasthan in India, called Kota, where this specific style of weaving has been practised for generations. Doria itself means thread. The small squares on the fabric, is the most significant and unique feature of Kota Doria weaving. This kind of fabric is traditionally block-printed in Rajasthan itself, but taking a departure from what is the norm, Santosh Kumar Dhanopia, fifth-generation, Indian award winning, master block printer developed this scatter print using non-toxic gold dye for Ayesha.
A flowing dress with fine Kota Doria fabric with small squares. Includes a lining.
Features a fluted neck, balloon sleeves, beaded neck-tie, lace detailing.