MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
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MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
MUD CLOTH DRESS
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MUD CLOTH DRESS

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Hand crafted and made with 100% cotton Jute, finished off with traditional bogolan, a handmade Malian cotton fabric traditionally dyed with fermented mud. This is an adjustable dress, the straps can be adjusted making the dress either tighter or looser. Each dress comes with an adjustable waist belt allowing the ease on different figures making for a very comfortable fit.

This design is available in five color options, cream, camel, black and indigo. Each dress comes with a unique Mudcloth design. Please note the nature of the mudcloth process, colors do vary slightly, this is a handmade creation and in our opinion the perfections lie in the imperfections.

One- size fits all

Size: S- L

fits a small up to a smaller size large very well; designed with all figures in mind.

Dress length: front 60cm (nape to hem)

                      back 110cm (nape to hem)

Each garment is made by a small group of artisans we work closely together with in one of the oldest cities of India, Pushkar. By trying to encourage their creativity and artisanship, each garment directly supports them. Carefully stitched together at the home of our tailor in India.

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Thin strips of plain fabric are woven together into squares that are then stitched together. After the construction of the cloth, the fabric is then dyed in baths of leaves and branches. This process is used to bind the dye to the fabric.

The fabric is then laid out to dry in the sun, after which beautiful patterns are intricately and carefully painted using a special kind of mud. The mud, collected from numerous streams and ponds and left to ferment over seasons.

As the mud dries, it changes colors, from dark brown or black to a gray color. The excess mud is washed off the fabric and the process is repeated many times. With each repetition, the affected area becomes darker. The unpainted areas are treated with a bleaching agent, turning the natural yellow color brown. After sun drying for a week, the fabric is washed off and leaves the characteristic white pattern on a dark background. The production process is long and tedious yet the finished product is indeed a work of art.

Our clothing range preserves the art of traditional tailors, craftsmanship and textiles while supporting local small scale artisans in India. Our production consists of 8 local artisans. Together we design and create items made from the fabric we source at a local textile market in India. Tradesmen from Mali supply us with the mudcloth featured in our clothing range, sourced in west Africa. Our designs pay homage to traditional textiles. 

Made with natural fibres of hand loomed cottons, pieces featuring handmade mudcloth details and hand block prints. Catering to the appreciator of slow fashion, and lovers of tribal art.

  • One size,  Size: S- L
  • Length front 65 cm, back 105cm
  • 100% cotton Jute
  • Traditional Bogolan details
  • Adjustable fit
  • Belt detail
  • Four color options
  • Handmade by us in India

*Made with love, handle with love! Hand wash only in cold water with natural soap, hang to dry in shady area.