AK Threads
Puritsu Dress in Olive

£170.00
This will be shipped to you directly from AK Threads in United Kingdom

This product is made to order so please allow 2-3 weeks before your item is delivered.

Crafted from crinkled cotton providing an interesting texture, this dress is made with subtle pleats that shape the neck and form drapes from the shoulder to the waist. This item has many refined details to make it a stand out piece that can to be worn solo or layered with trousers.

  • Loose fitting
  • Corozo eco buttons
  • Pleated neckline
  • Loose Raglan sleeves
  • Contrast top stitching on seams
  • Pockets in seam
  • Detachable belt
  • 100% Cotton – Reclaimed surplus fabric sourced locally

Delivery

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Returns.

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:

AK Threads

Antakarana Threads: ancient sanskrit for conciousness.

Built upon a philosophy of slow, considered living and commitment to sustainability, AK Threads aligns traditional artisanal practices with modern designs to create essential wardrobe pieces, accessible for all women.

Established by Gracie Laine whilst in Jodhpur, India, working alongside rural artisans and women’s co-operatives. She witnessed the inequality and adversity females faced daily, however through training women in garment construction, she was able to see the tangible impact that empowering work had on them and their communities. It opened her eyes to how vital clothing manufacture can be to job creation, as well as social, economic and gender equity. It was there that she launched the first collection, with the ambition of a creating positive impact through design.