Could this dress be anymore perfect? We love it... Learn more about where mudcloth print comes from and why we fall deeper in love with it by the day.
Mudcloth print has become very popular over the past 3-5 years but where does it come from?
African mudcloth is a traditional handmade textile from Mali in West Africa, dating all the way back to the 12th Century. It's made from narrow strips of woven cotton, hand stitched together to form one whole piece of cloth.
In the states, a more affordable version of this hand stitched cloth is created as a print so that it can be worn by those who may can not purchase the woven cotton.
Dress is exaggerated in photo. Bottom of dress lightly sweeps the floor in length.
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