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WINTER HOURS

SUN By Appt

MON By Appt

TUE 11-4

WED 11-4

THUR 11-5

FRI 11-4

SAT 11-4

or by appointment outside open hours.

*masks required while in the store*

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201 6th St SE #2

Minneapolis, MN 55414

201 6th St SE #2

Minneapolis, MN 55414

WINTER HOURS

SUN By Appt

MON By Appt

TUE 11-4

WED 11-4

THUR 11-5

FRI 11-4

SAT 11-4

or by appointment outside open hours.

*masks required while in the store*

Rujuta Sheth

Sunday Dress | Mini Multi Chex

$ 228.00 $ 136.00
Size

Sunday Dress in Multi Mini Chex.  Scoop neck dress with a gathered, 3/4 length sleeve and a tiered, ruffled hem skirt. Perfect style that transitions seamlessly from day to night.

Model 5'8 | Size S

100% Hand Loomed Cotton

Sizing This garment fits true to size. 

 

XS

Bust 32"
Waist 30"
Length 37"
Bicep 14"

S
Bust 34"
Waist 32"
Length 38"
Bicep 15"

M
Bust 36"
Waist 34"
Length 39"
Bicep 16"

L
Bust 38"
Waist 36"
Length 40
Bicep 17"

XL
Bust 40"
Waist 38"
Length 41"
Bicep 18"

XXL
Bust 42"
Waist 40"
Length 42"
Bicep 19"

Care Dry clean or hand wash in cold water & hang dry indoors

Designed In New York | Handcrafted In India

Rujuta Sheth lives and works in New York City, drawing inspiration from the cultures and landscapes she experiences during her extensive travel. She was born in India and grew up surrounded by artisans, weavers, beaders, and embroiderers. Her designs juxtapose traditional technique with a modern silhouette and are lovingly made by some of those same artisans in India.

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What is Handloomed Cotton? Hand Loomed Cotton uses only human power, no electricity to manually weave wraps and wefts into fabric. This trade is a vital profession in rural India, and creates many opportunities for artisans working from home. Click here to see how the fabric is made.

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This garment is a fair-trade product. That means it meets our highest standard for environmental and social impact. It is our mission for what we make, to always research and practice more sustainable materials and methods.

Click here to see where the garment is stitched.