Day 18 - Ed & Evie "Day at the Market" Dress

This fabulously retro “day at the market” dress by Ed & Evie has truly captured my imagination. It is handmade by Yvonne (nicknamed Evie) who first tried her hand at sewing Barbie doll clothes as a child, later launching her label with the support of her family and friends. Yvonne is influenced by the retro styles of the 70s, and thanks her Mum for passing on her creative flair and sewing skills.

Ed & Evie "Day at the Market" Handmade Children's Dress

Ed & Evie "Day at the Market" Handmade Children's Dress

Ed & Evie “Day at the Market” Dress
Price: $40
Postage: $1.80 within Australia ($3.20 for registered post)

Availability:

  • Custom order in choice of size 1 – 8 years.
  • Three customs spots are available for purchase.
  • Note: Yvonne has a size 4 in stock ready to go.

This beautiful tie at the shoulder dress / pinafore is adapted from a 1970′s pattern and features retro styling at its best, with a touch of ‘now’ thrown in.  A truly versatile dress, it can be worn in summer as a sundress or winter as a pinafore with a long sleeved t-shirt underneath and some stockings or leggings. It is handmade by Ed & Evie from 100% designer cotton, and all seams are overlocked.

Buy this dress

To purchase this dress, please leave a comment on this post stating the word SOLD and the size you wish to purchase. Sales will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Payment must be made within 48 hours of your comment. This handmade marketplace closes on 31 March, 2013.

Care for kids

KID independent’s Best Dressed 2013 handmade marketplace is raising funds for World Families Australia projects in Ethiopia. 100% of the purchase price of one dress on each day in March will be donated to a project to keep Ethiopian kids in school. Read more here.


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