Piper dress
Piper dress
Piper dress
Piper dress
Piper dress
Piper dress

Piper dress

Regular price $126.00 Sale price $80.00
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  • Yellow and white gingham midi shift dress
  • 100% cotton
  • Keyhole and button back
  • High-low ruffle hem

Our Pre-Rented pieces are part of our Brooklyn shop rental program. They are all eco-friendly cleaned and like-new

SIZE NOTES
  • XS (0): bust 31-32", waist 25-26", hip 35-36"
  • S (2-4): bust 33-34", waist 27-28", hip 37-38"
  • M (6-8): bust 35-36", waist 29-30", hip 39-40"
  • L (10-12): bust 38-39", waist 32-23", hip 42-43"
  • XL (14-16): bust 41-42", waist 35-36", hip 45-46"
  • Length of size M is 44" from top of bodice
SUSTAINABLY MADE
  • From Mata Traders (Chicago, IL)
  • Fair trade dress made at a women's cooperative in Nepal
  • Mata Traders partners with several fair trade organizations in India and Nepal that train and employ hundreds of artisans in marginalized communities, with a focus on gender equality and empowering women
  • By partnering with fair trade organizations, Mata Traders also ensures that there is no child labor used in the production
  • Mata Traders is a Fair Trade Federation Member
  • Sustainable Values: #3: Sustainable materials, #5: Safe, livable, dignified employment, #8: Longer lifetimes, #9: No animal cruelty

APPAREL SIZING

XXS XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL
U.S. 00 0-2 4-6 8-10 10-12 12-14 16-18 20-22
INTERNATIONAL 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46

 

APPAREL MEASUREMENTS (U.S. inches)

0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18
BUST  32"  33"  34"  35"  36"  37" 38" 39" 40" 41"
WAIST  25"  26"  27"  28"  29"  30" 31" 32" 33" 34"
HIPS  35"  36"  37"  38"  39"  40" 41" 42" 43" 44"

 

Sustain·ability. The ability to sustain balance between resources and consumption. Applying it to the fashion industry, it means minimized environmental footprint, ethical and socially responsible manufacturing, and responsible and circular consumption. 

Our values are derived from the Higg Index and the Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations. The Higg Index, developed by the Sustainable Apparel Coalition, is the industry’s assessment tool for environmental and social impact through the value chain.

1. TRANSPARENT SUPPLY CHAIN

Operate with a traceable and transparent supply chain. This holds brands and suppliers accountable to the same standards.

2. RESPONSIBLE USE OF WATER, ENERGY, AND CHEMICALS

Consume water and energy responsibly and limit the use of toxic chemicals and pesticides. This preserves our natural resources, protects our eco-systems, and fights climate change.

3. SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS

Use materials that are biodegradable, such as cotton, silk and linen. These materials are durable and can be returned back to the earth after their life cycle.

4. NATURAL & ORGANIC INGREDIENTS

Use ingredients made without toxic chemicals that are harmful to our health and well-being.

5. NO WASTE

Limit the amount of clothing in landfills by adopting the use of recycled or up-cycled materials and a no-waste production policy.

6. COMBAT CLIMATE CHANGE

Actively committed to reducing carbon footprint and limiting environmental impact. 

7. SAFE, LIVABLE, DIGNIFIED EMPLOYMENT

Provide economically empowering and inclusive work opportunities that promote sustainable economic growth for the community.

8. LONGER LIFETIMES

Extend the number of times a garment is worn by allowing it to be rented, traded, or re-purchased.

9. NO ANIMAL CRUELTY

Responsible and humane treatment of animals.

10. PHILANTHROPY

Give back to the community and environment, whether it’s time, resources, or dollars.