Just like the Everyday Dress for women, this style features a relaxed fit and front slit with plenty of room for movement, in a beautifully minimal design. Snaps at the neck make for easy dressing and allow the garment to adapt to your child's changing size. Open them up over time to for a larger neck opening, and watch your little one wear it as a dress, and then later, a tunic.
The Zero Waste Collection combines thoughtful design and premium fabrics. Created from remnants of natural textiles used for the women's Everyday Dress, this collection celebrates an evolution towards circularity and environmental consciousness at every level. Hand dyed, the colors are derived from natural, plant based materials. The black color way is the only conventionally dyed option.
The style comes in multiple fabrics:
Silk Noilis made of 100% silk has the texture of suede-to-flannel and light body. It can be hand washed and hung or laid flat to dry away from the sun, or eco cleaned.
Linenis made of 55% linen and 45% cotton. It can be occasionally machine washed on cold in the delicate cycle, but hand washing will prolong life and improve color fastness. Hang or lay flat to dry away from the sun.
Textured Cottonis 100% cotton and is perfect to wear everyday, an easy to launder option. Occasionally machine wash on cold in the delicate cycle. Hand washing will prolong garment life and improve color fastness. Hang or lay flat to dry away from the sun.
Denimis 100% cotton and can be machine washed on cold in the delicate cycle followed by a tumble dry on low heat
Cotton Gauzeis 100% cotton and can occasionally be machine washed on cold in the delicate cycle, but hand washing will prolong their life and improve color fastness. Hang or lay flat to dry away from the sun.
SMALL fits ages 18 months - 4 yrs
MEDIUM fits 4 yrs - 7 yrs
Conventionally dyed black, derived from natural, plant based materials
Designed and handmade in Austin, TX, USA
MIRANDA BENNETT STUDIO is a collection of modern, plant-dyed apparel made in the USA. Their apparel is dyed, cut, sewn and shipped within a 9-mile radius in Austin, Texas. They manufacture apparel exclusively with Open Arms, a social enterprise of the Multicultural Refugee Coalition (MRC). Open Arms is a Texas-based sustainable apparel manufacturer, empowering refugees through fair-wage employment.