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SETTING SUN DRESS

280,000 T ~ 380,000 T

Linen Dress

Size: One Size Fits All (S / M / L / XL)

Sleeveless

Long/medium Height

Hand/machine wash under cold gentle cycle (iron needed)

 

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BEIGE & GREEN
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Description

Height: … cm
Model is 175 cm tall.

A combination of loosely woven Linen beige and khaki green, create a sporty, colorful and comfortable look.

The Setting Sun, Midi
So practical with the Passion beige, Theo Pants, Jeans. It is highly recommended to try it with the Yellow City, and enjoy the harmony color and texture of the two fabrics.

Setting Sun. Maxi
A casual- looking, loose a chic dress. The length of the dress is adjustable by the knots at the lower part of the dress. It is a different look and attractive look with the Yellow City and Moonlight.

Available in: Beige and Green

Before purchase please consider the following points:

  • The Egon Schiele collection is made from Waal and thin Linen . These fabrics are thin, see-through, light and loosely- woven suitable for summer. Waal is wrinkled and does not need ironing by nature. Thin linen is expected to shrink a little after wash due to its cotton , content, and the wrinkles would press smoothly by steam pressing.
  • HITO’s items are provided from linen and this specific material has various types and GSMs which depending on customer’s taste is worn ironed or with its natural shrinks.
  • Black linen fabrics are dyed with black jet technique, therefore some black powder may remain after the last finishing step, hence, the black items on their first wash should be washed separately by a mild laundry detergent proper for black garments in low temperature.
  • HITO’s Collection is well-matched with items from HITO’s other catalogs, which with the various colors of Van Gogh’s palette will give you a wardrobe full of unique combinations. Although we have made every effort to display the items as accurately as possible, please bear in mind that photos may slightly be different from actual items in terms of color due to the lighting during photo shooting or the monitor’s display.