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The Catherine Dress in Navy Blue Wool Flannel

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The Catherine dress is the timeless winter with its wool flannel worked in the smallest detail. Modernized in a short version, designed to subtly emphasize femininity, its cut is slightly fitted and decorated with a pretty square neck. We love it for its look, its pretty buttons, its touches of gold, checks or tweed. The navy blue version has a Prince of Wales check collar and belt. This is the type of comfortable and classy dress that we love so much worn in the cold with a warm coat. It is lined in cotton veil.

Size Chart
UK 6 8 10 12
USA 4 6 8 10
EUR 36 38 40 42
Waist (cm) 64-65 66-70 71-75 76-80
Chest (cm) 80-83 84-88 89-93 94-98
Hips (cm) 88-93 94-98 99-103 104-108
Legs (cm) 79 79 79 79

23.5 6 39 5
24.1 6.5 39.5 5.5
24.8 7.5 40 6
10 25.4 8 41 7
10¼ 25.7 8.5 41.5 7.5
10½ 26 9 42 8
10¾ 27.3 9.5 42.5 9.5

How to Take Clothing Measurements

  1. Get a flexible measuring tape. These are often sold in craft stores
  2. Chest: Stand up straight and pass the tape around your chest at the strongest point after exhaling normally.
  3. Waist: The waist measurement corresponds to the narrowest part of your torso, generally above your navel. Position the measuring tape horizontally at the deepest point of your abdomen.
  4. Hips: To measure the pelvis measurement take the measurement at the strongest point of your pelvis (generally at the level of the buttocks)
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Deadstock Fabric made in europe / Made in France for the dress

* Following its success, we produced some parts in stock.

But with limited fabric footage and with an ecological goal of 0 waste, we only produced 4 copies in available stock.

* Details This dress has slight gathers at the waist and is lined in cotton voile to prevent itching. It will keep us warm all winter long!

* Composition: 75% Wool 25% Polyester Fabric Made in Italy Lining Voile cotton 100% Cotton - Oekotex Standard 100

* How was it made ? 

1- After making Moodboards of my inspirations drawn from my environment with a thousand colors, Provence, luminosity, my childhood memories in the English countryside, my dreams, I draw the first sketches of the garment.

2 - After several discussions with my Bordeaux workshop, Ludivine realizes the pattern of the model on Lectra software

3- Then his team proceeds to the realization of the prototype on canvas which we validate together (it is the draft of the dress) and which allows us to launch the making on final fabric. After 2 years working with this Bordeaux team, we have established a relationship of trust. I rely on their recognized know-how in haute couture and I know that we share the same values ​​whether around the love of clothing, quality and respect for human and environmental conditions.

4 hours is the average time for this team of tailors to cut, assemble and sew all the details of this dress.

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