Lappi Lappi V Neck Women's Midi Dress
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- 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
- Ethically & sustainably sourced Indigenous art
- Supports Indigenous employment & training
With its vibrant prints and sleek feminine cut, our new Stretch V-Neck Dress is amazing from every angle! Designed as a work outfit that seamlessly transitions to evening wear, feel confident and look your best when you wear this number out.
Features a gathered draped fabric that flatters both the hips and stomach.
Alanna wears a size 8 dress.
Style: V-Neck Dress
Fabric: 240gsm Crystal hemp: 92% polyester, 8% spandex
Washing: Turn the garment inside out. Hand wash or gentle machine wash using cold water or warm water under 40 degrees Celsius with standard washing detergent. Wash dark colours separately. Do not bleach. Line dry in shade. Do not bleach or tumble dry. Iron on the lowest heat setting.
Artist: Florence Nungarrayi Tex
Story: Lappi Lappi
This painting depicts Lappi Lappi, a significant rock hole located near Lake Hazett. The rock role has always been important to local people, the Nampijinpa and Nangala peoples as it is a permanent water source surrounded by country rich with bush tucker.
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I had a great experience shopping online and was very happy when I received the dress promptly a few days later. I was so impressed.
Love the fit of the dress and the colour looks great on me.
The material is stretchy, soft and comfortable.
Love this dress!
I have had many compliments on the dress style and pattern. Fits snug and celebrates your feminine curves. Very comfortable
Perfect dress for the office!
The dress fits so well and drapes my figure nicely. The material is nice and stretchy!
SIZE CHART - V-Neck Dress
Please see diagram below to help with measurement locations
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MEET THE ARTIST
Florence Nungarrayi Tex
Aboriginal Warlpiri woman
Florence enjoyed painting at school and began painting with Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation in 2018. She paints her Grandfather’s Lappi Lappi Jukurrpa (Lappi Lappi Dreaming), dreamings which relate directly to her land. She loves colour and uses an unrestricted palette to depict her traditional iconography.