The Clara dress, a best seller of KOMANA comes in a new Diamond block print this season. It is sleeveless with a V-neck decoltée and is buttoned along the whole front with cute little coconut buttons. It has a flowing skirt and side seam pockets.
The Diamond print in sage green with dark green dots has been stamped by hand on the fabric by skilled artisans in India. The production partners of KOMANA are members of the World Fair Trade Organization, with ethical and environmental practices at their core.
Even the fabric has been woven by hand, making this a completely unique piece, where hardly any electricity or machines have been needed in its making.
- 75% Linen
- 25% Silk, handspun and handwoven
- Block Printed by Hand
- Sewn fairly in Jaipur, India
- Runs true to size
Measurements in cm, taken flat. Please allow +/- due to sewing process:
- XS: 131cm (length) , 86cm (chest), 78cm (waist)
- S: 131cm (length) , 88cm (chest), 84cm (waist)
- M: 135cm (length) , 95cm (chest), 88cm (waist)
- L: 138cm (length) , 101cm (chest) , 96cm (waist)
This is a delicate dress that has been handmade, KOMANA strongly recommends to handwash to ensure will be a long lasting piece.
Shipping & Returns
We ship on Mondays and Fridays only.
Once shipped, the delivery times are between 1-2 days.
We do our best to meet these shipping estimates, but can't guarantee them. Actual delivery time will depend on the Swiss Post.
We also offer free pickup in Geneva and Lausanne. Please choose this option in the shipping step.
We gladly accept returns. Write us at email@example.com within 14 days of delivery and we will guide you through the steps to follow. Sadly shipping costs are nonrefundable.
About the Brand
KOMANA creates sustainably made, seasonless clothing and textiles with eclectic prints. Fascinated with the suggestive power of patterns and prints, Nina and Livia, two sisters and the souls behind the brand, invite you on a dreamy journey through shapes and colors. A respectful treatment of all beings and nature is at the core of KOMANA. Carefully selected organic and fairly traded materials are used as the canvas for their ideas, caressing the women’s individuality and vouching her social conscience.