Nadarra Clara Dress in Moss on model
Nadarra Linen Clara Dress in Moss back
Nadarra Linen Clara Dress in Moss model sitting
Nadarra Linen Clara Dress in Moss detail
Nadarra Linen Clara Dress in Moss girls in field

Clara Dress in Moss

This will be shipped to you directly from Nàdarra in United Kingdom

Nàdarra offers free global shipping.

Our Clara dress is made in the finest Irish linen. The Moss colourway has been dyed with onion skins.

Clara is a midi length pinafore dress, designed to be thrown on effortlessly, either alone or over a knit/t-shirt, featuring wide straps, button back and pintuck hem detail. Pockets are set into the side seam.

  • Composition: 100% Irish Linen
  • Dye Ingredients: Onion skin
  • Colour: Moss - deep, khaki green with stormy grey undertones.
  • Made in the British Isles


  • S | UK 8/10 - Length 125cm
  • M | UK 12/14 - Length 126cm
  • L | UK 16 - Length 127cm

Model is 5ft 9” and wears size S


  • Think climate. Linen is naturally anti-bacterial. Wash as little as possible. Air dry garment to refresh.
  • Cold hand wash in mild pH-neutral soap if necessary. Air dry. Warm Iron.

Please note our garments are dyed by hand, in small batches, using plants and fruits. There can be slight colour variation between each batch therefore the garment you receive may differ slightly in tone from the picture on the website.


Your items will be shipped to you directly by the individual brands, therefore shipping times can vary and your order may arrive in multiple packages. Estimated shipping times and final shipping costs are calculated at checkout.

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If you are not happy with your purchase you will have 14 days from receipt of your item to submit a return request. And a further 14 days to return the item. You will be responsible for the return shipping costs.

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The Brand:


Nàdarra uses the finest Irish linen which is spun from European, ethically sourced, flax plant fibres. The linen is dyed by hand in very small batches using rainwater, plants, wood and fruits before being crafted into dreamy dresses designed to be cared for, cherished and eventually passed down as heirlooms.