Recently was lucky enough to receive a beautiful package fro Daughters of India, and when I unwrapped it I as absolutely delighted. It has been so incredibly warm in Queensland of late, and these light and pretty dresses are now the perfect addition to my wardrobe.
About the brand
Daughter’s of India is a brand of integrity, ethics and values. They pride themselves in ensuring they created a slow fashion label with the highest ethical practices in mind. Providing support for the artisans and makers who create their beautiful garments has always been at the forefront of what they do. Their strong vision of purpose, ethics and sustainability has been with the brand since its conception.
Daughters of India are a slow fashion brand who truely care about their workers. They have no production deadlines and don’t do collections, which means less pressure on their workers, who are then able to manage their hours and aren’t pushed to be overworked by certain dates. They also don’t wholesale, which creates less pressure for their team and means better customer service for those who purchase from them.
You can read more about how the Daughter’s of India pieces are beautifully created using hand blocked here.
What I love about these dresses is that they are so light and breezy, and I adore their fabrics and colour tones. Many of the Daughters of India dresses are perfectly bump friendly also feeding friendly too. Of course they are also perfect for summer.
I am wearing a size small in the dresses below, therefore in my opinion they are true to size.
Jaya Mini Dress in Juniper – I adore dress for its heavenly blue fabric and pink floral design on the neckline, is just wonderful. There is a tie at the front which can be worn tied up or hanging down. The main body of the dress and skirt is lined. The fabric is 100% cotton. The Jaya can also be purchased in a midi length, and is pregnancy and feeding friendly.
Kyra Mini Dress in Tangerine – Originally I was draw to this dress because of it’s beautiful yellow tone, I fell in love with it instantly. The bellowing sleeves are romantic, the length cute and fun. There is no underlining and a note on the website mentions that some may find this particular design sheer, however I didn’t find it sheer and felt very comfortable with my underwear underneath. I felt beautiful and comfortable in the Kyra, and think it is the perfect dress for a hot summers day. It all come in a midi length option. The fabric is 100% cotton, and the dress is pregnancy and feeding friendly.
Lopa Maxi Dress – The elegant floral design of the Lopa is what I loved about this dress. It sits in front of a soft white cotton backdrop. I adore the feminine feel to this dress, and it’s stunning scoop neckline. The full maxi design has underlining and is 100% cotton in fabric. It would make a wonderful dress for a growing baby bump.
You can also find Daughter’s of India on Instagram.
Disclaimer – Thank you to Daughters of India for my beautiful gifts.