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The Christiana Floral Maxi Dress

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Everybody's talking about a power suit, but how about a (flower) power dress? The Christiana Dress is a floral number that features a plunging neckline with a scarf detail, long, slightly puffed sleeves with cuffs, an elastic band that gathers around the waistline, and two dramatic front slits with button closures.

It takes us 10 hours to make this dress.

Sustainability guarantees

Each Bastet Noir piece is custom made with lots of love by a cooperative of women single parents in Macedonia.


Hand wash in ice cold water. Hot water's a big no-no.

Low iron with affection and smooth jazz music in the background. And it wouldn't kill you to say "I love you" every once in a while.

WARNING: Equally seductive to all humans

FABRIC: 100% Georgette Silk

Made in: North Macedonia

Plunging neckline
Scarf detail
Long, slightly puffed sleeves with cuffs
Elastic waistband
Two front slits with button closures

The model is 173cm high and wears size EU36/US4/UK8
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Bastet Noir

Based in: North Macedonia

Bastet Noir is a sustainable, zero waste, clothing label. Every piece is made out of discarded materials and produced locally by a community of women single parents in North Macedonia.

The entire profit we make is reinvested to fund the growth of these women-owned businesses and support them with the education of their children in a country where their monthly income is less than 300$.

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