BORA BORA DRESS
Happiness is the Bora Bora Dress! Created to become your go to casual-chic style of choice!
A bra friendly design with scoop back has been created to be fashionable and fuss free. The Bora Bora features embroidery detailing on the neckline and matching trims on shoulder straps. Did we mention the pockets?
Bora Bora is a midi length (below the knee) that is easy to wear with sandals or boots. Team with your denim jacket as the night air cools or soak up the sunshine. You choose!
- Made from 100% cotton, lined.
- Navy, White and Pink Marrakesh bespoke block print.
- Elegant embroidered finish on bust.
- Bra Friendly, Scoop back.
- Midi Length
- Easy fit, no zipper.
- Designed in Australia exclusively by AZURE and INDIGO
Model Hayley wears a size small. Hayley is a size 10.
The best way you can look after any item purchased at AZURE and INDIGO is to always treat it with love and care.
Follow these tips when washing and caring for your item:
- Hand wash in cold water
- Use only a small pea sized amount of clothes washing liquid. We prefer environmentally friendly brands!
- Turn item inside out and line dry in a shady spot to prevent any sun damage.
NOTE: It is natural for some fabrics to shrink up to 3% when having been washed.
If this occurs after washing, please don't panic!
Fibres tighten after washing, leading to a small shrinkage amount. To return a garment to its normal state iron or steam your garment. Fibres are loosened when heat is added, which in turn returns garments to a normal state!
If your item needs a press/iron please follow these steps:
We prefer a steam iron which will allow you to hang your item on a coat hanger and gently steam any garment in seconds! However If you have only an iron please follow these steps:
- Start with a warm iron on reverse side and if this isn't enough to remove creases turn the iron up to a slightly hotter heat. Gently iron your garment.
- Never iron over embellishments!
Here at AZURE and INDIGO we appreciate your need for comfort, your desire to wear breathable fabrics and fashion that is easy to wear without compromising your style! As we design, manufacture and source all fabrics we stand by our values of high quality, ethically and sustainability sourced materials which are beautifully finished.
All AZURE and INDIGO styles are made from naturally derived fabrics either;
We choose these fabrics because they are easy to wear, easy to care for, have fabulous breathability and because they are soft on the skin. Each fabric retains clear colours when printed or dyed and all fabrics have superb drape which allow for a flattering fit.
What are Rayon, Modal and Viscose fabrics?
These fabrics are often misunderstood as being "synthetic". Rayon, Modal and Viscose fabric are all derived from wood pulp.
Most people, even those familiar with rayon, don’t realise that all three of these fibres are called “cellulosic fibres” since the natural material that makes up the fibre is cellulose, a component of all plants.
The real name for these fibres is called “regenerated cellulosic fibres”. This is due to the combination of the natural raw cellulosic material found in wood pulp and the chemical manufacturing process that breaks down the cellulose so it can be “regenerated” into a fibre from the original pulp.
The Process to make these fibres is detailed here:
The wood pulp is dissolved in a salt solution which is then dried and rolled onto continues spools. Rolls of pulp are then broken up into 1 inch squares and dissolved in a salt solution again. This filtered solution leaves 'cellulose fibres' which is the organic building compound found in wood pulp and green trees. This solution is then pushed through a shower head style spinneret where fibres are created. These fibres are then dried, and compressed giving them more bulk. The fibres are then baled and shipped to the fabric mill where they can be finished in many ways.
These fibres may be spun with another fibre, such as cotton or wool. The resulting yarn can be woven or knitted like any other fabric, and may be given a variety of finishes, from soft and suede-like to silky.
Specific types of rayon include viscose and modal each of which differs in manufacturing process for different finishes. In our case: Silk/Viscose, Silk/Rayon, Cotton/Rayon or Cotton/Modal