Artemis Cut Out Maxi Dress
Artemis Cut Out Maxi Dress

Artemis Cut Out Maxi Dress

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The Artemis Cut Out Maxi Dress is here to be your fave pick, no matter what your plans are, or what the weather prediction says. Enjoy the sun in comfort and carry a jacket if you need to cut the breeze. It has a new cut-out bodice with halter ties and adjustable shoulder strips, a zipper on the back of your hips, a flowy skirt to follow your daring moves, and a must-have print. This dress is simply stunning. The attention to detail from this designer is top notch. By JuaJua. Made in Columbia.

The Artemis Maxi Cut Out Dress details:

  • Made with a very fresh and comfortable Studio silk fabric 80% silk, 20% viscose.
  • Wear as a day dress or night out.
  • Fully lined.
  • Adjustable straps, front tie and zipper up back skirt.
  • Production: Ethically sourced and Fair trade
  • Lavender and Coral colors.
  • Hand made in Colombia.
  • Small - Bust: 34 1/4", Waist: 26 3/4", Hips: 36 1/4", Length: 51 1/4" 
  • Medium- Bust: 37 1/4, Waist: 28", Hips: 39 1/2", Length: 51 1/2" 
  • Large - Bust: 39 1/2", Waist: 31 1/2", Hips: 40",Length: 52"

About JuaJua:

We are so excited to discover this designer! One of our new favorites for sure! Thank. you Fiorella for your beautiful, thoughtful and exquisite creations, all made ethically sourced and made in Columbia. Here's her story:

"JuaJua is not just an online store. Behind each handcrafted item, there are a lot of talented hands that are weaving magic threads, sculpting leathers, and contributing their hard work and creativity to each piece. My name is Fio, I have been developing this store since I arrived from Colombia in November, 2016. My desire is to be an entrepreneur, bringing to the world unique fashion accessories created by the hands of artisans. I grew up wearing apparel made in Colombia; my clothes were made by the local dressmaker, and the accessories I used were made by the people of the different indigenous communities or the artisans who worked on the main street in my city. Being here, far away from my Country, makes me miss those organic textures and colors and the uniqueness of those creations. Then, I created JuaJua not only to bring these beautiful artisans creations to the world, but also to support the artisan communities, which nowadays are being forgotten. This is only the beginning. At the end of 2021 I started to introduce handmade women apparel into my store, which nowadays are almost 100% designed by me and made by three differnt group of dressmakers in Colombia. This is a dream I want to turn into reality, I hope you like these accessories as much as I do. Muchas gracias."

 

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