Nomads 3/4 sleeve Dress


So easy to wear, feel good and look great!


Nomads 3/4 sleeve Dress in Whisp print. This attractive and flattering dress has 3/4 sleeves and a gathered waist,  has practical pockets. It is made from 100% Lenzing Ecovero  which not only gives it a fabulous feel and drape is also breathable, biodegradable and traceable – all the components of a good summer dress.

Key features:

  • 3/4 Sleeves
  • Gathered waist
  • Notch neckline
  • Pockets
  • On the knee length
  • 100% Lenzing Ecovero

Made by Nomads’ fair trade partners in India

Like Viscose, Lenzing EcoVero is derived from certified renewable wood sources, however the production process generates up to 50% less emissions and has a lower water impact compared to generic Viscose. This is just one of the latest fabrics which Nomads have sourced to help lessen their carbon footprint.

Gentle machine wash at 30 degrees. Wash with similar colours. We recommend this garment is washed in a laundry bag. Do not bleach. Do not tumble dry. Warm iron on reverse. Do not dry clean.

Additional information


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Nomads is dedicated to create beautiful, ethical, Fair Trade clothing for more than 30 years. From handloom textiles to intricate embroidery details, they create ethical, Fair Trade clothing using the very best quality natural fibres, GOTS certified organic cotton and traditional artisan techniques. All their exclusively-designed prints are created with azo free, environmentally approved dyes. We love these comfortable, long-lasting fabrics and most of our team members wear them regularly. “We strongly believe that feeling good in what we wear comes down to more than just looks. Style shouldn’t come at a cost to people, animals or the planet. By embracing the slow fashion movement, we take the time to ensure quality production, to give value to the skilled hands that produce each product, and to contemplate our connection with the environment. We’re proud supporters of the Fashion Revolution campaign and encourage consumers to ask: Who made your clothes?”