Awakening Bohéme Slip Dress market of stars

Awakening Bohéme Slip Dress market of stars

  • $199.00
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Created to embrace the transformative power of self love and awareness, this stunning dress combines two magical pieces of art: a lush landscape of the waterfalls at Tivoli, Italy, painted by artist Louis Ducros in 1790, and an antique engraving depicting Lady Liberty created by E. Savage in 1796. We married them together to produce a rich, beautiful vision of a woman confidently stepping in to her own power. The painterly palette is feminine, romantic, and strong. 

The adjustable straps, oversized cut, and soft, flowy bamboo viscose make our Bohéme dresses a wardrobe staple for layering, running errands, dancing, lounging or napping — and they’re also a must-have for travel, wherever you roam. You can also wear this piece two ways, with the woman on the front of the skirt, or the back — depending on your mood. It pairs beautifully with the matching Awakening Opera Duster as shown (available seperately).

Please note: The nature of our soft bamboo/wood viscose means it’s slightly sheer, so we recommend layering it with our Étoile slip (or any other slip you have) when wearing it with bare legs. Our model in the photos is wearing the dress without a slip.

100% bamboo/wood viscose. Machine wash gentle or handwash and hang to dry. Iron to finish if needed.

Adjustable straps. Dress measurements: S/M — length 132cm at shortest strap adjustment, 142cm at longest. Width 52cm (across bust, underarm to underarm), 54cm (across waist seam). L/XL — 134 cm length at shortest strap adjustment, 144cm at longest. Width 57cm (across bust, underarm to underarm), 59 cm (across waist seam).

Model is 5’9” and wears a S/M for reference.

“In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me,
an invincible summer.”
- Albert Camus

“I think sometimes, I am not a woman,
but the light that falls on this ground. I am the seasons…
January, May, November;
the mud, the mist, the dawn.”
- Virginia Woolf

“Now is the time to become a myth.”
- Diane Von Furstenberg