The relaxed loose fitting yet elegant design of the FEBE look is easily dressed up or down. This style comes with elbow length sleeves and a gathered skirt.
Model Wears Size S, The length of the dress is 84 cm
Model: Height 162cm – Bust 80cm – Waist 65cm – Hips 85cm
We want to tell you how much it costs us to make a dress, using high quality and sustainable fabrics and paying workers fair wages. The total price of each garment is calculated considering the cost of the fabric and manufacturing and we try to keep the final price as low as possible!
From cut to finish: 2-3 hours
Hourly rate of manufacturing: £24
Manufacturing: £50 (on average)
Fabric: £35 (on average)
Total production cost: £85
Our price: £170
100% Lyocell with REFIBRA technology
This dress contains 100% TENCELTM Lyocell fibres with Refibra technology by Lenzing.
TENCELTM Lyocell fibers have gained the reputation for their environmentally responsible, closed loop production process, which transforms wood pulp into cellulosic fibers with high resource efficiency and low ecological impact. This solvent-spinning process recycles process water and reuses the solvent at a recovery rate of more than 99%. TENCELTM Lyocell fibers are derived from sustainable wood sources, harvested from certified and controlled sources.
Hand wash with a specific wool detergent, Do not tumble dry, Iron at low temperature, Do not bleach, Do not dry-clean
The British brand Fouremme makes stylish dresses on demand. This means that the dresses are made after you have placed your order. In this way, they never have left-over products.
Fair trade: The dresses are made by a small team of experienced dressmakers in London. They make all dresses with passion and go for the highest quality. The workshop is visited by Fouremme approximately every month so that they can oversee every step in the production process. The employees work in a pleasant environment and receive a fair wage for their work.
Environmentally friendly: Fouremme mainly works with the sustainable material Tencel ™ ️, from the Austrian company Lenzing. The Tencel ™ ️ lyocell fibres come from sustainably managed forests. Lenzing works with an environmentally friendly, closed production process, which converts wood pulp into cellulose fibres with high resource efficiency and a low impact on the environment. The water and solvent used in the process are reused with a recovery rate of more than 99%. Besides Tencel ™ ️, Fouremme also uses denim made in Italy by Candiani Denim. The denim is made from organic and recycled materials.
Locally Produced: Items are made on-demand in the London workshop.
Shipping rate: £3 for deliveries in the UK and £7.50 for the rest of Europe.
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Address: No physical store.