The Feria de Sevilla cabana dress references a white cotton dress my mother wore to the Feria de Sevilla (after Easter, an Andalusian spring festival in Seville) in 1967. The dress is constructed with a graceful raglan shoulder, paired with a feminine a-line bodice and single deep side slit. The sleeves are a gentle bell, with a loosely gathered ruffle cuff. Fully self-lined in subtle grande swiss dot. In the light and against the body, the fabric's dots appear to dance in the light between the two layers.
100% cotton pale blue grande swiss dot lawn. Fully lined. Jewel neckline, a-line bodice and soft bell sleeve. Generous side slit allows for walkability and a glimpse of leg. Zips up the back. Made in Los Angeles.