This dress is so lovely. The details are exquisite - right down to the buttons. Square neck with button up style. Oversized loose fit. Soft gathers on the back. Pockets. Available in olive.
A note from LFOTA - Léon Frederick's paintings of Walloon girls are used as inspiration for this dress. Despite their poverty, these girls have a very strong and beautiful light in their eyes. It was made with the image of a simple yet powerful appearance.
The fabric is extraordinary. Made from organic amunzen cotton. Amundsen is a type of pear weave with a fine unevenness like pear skin. Using organic cotton uneven yarn and nep yarn, it is brushed to give it a vintage feel and a soft and bulging texture. Due to the characteristics of the fabric, there is unevenness in the yarn. This is a chosen feature.
A Note About Last Flower
The Last Flower of the Afternoon is our newest brand from Japan. Their clothes feel like what I have wanted my entire life. Made to order in one size out of the most lovely fabrics. Their style veers over into the sacred. Simple and austere.
Just as there are many various emotions, facial expressions, thoughts, and personalities within an individual, they are not bound by a single concept (or taste, etc.) and express their thoughts (joy, sadness, etc.) at that time without being fixed. Tell a story in your clothes.