We are so in awe of the amazing and necessary work done to save orphan baby elephants by the Sheldrick Foundation. We wanted to honor their work by making this this beautifully cut, long sleeve, mid-length coat dress. It is inspired by the coats worn by the Shelrick Foundation heros working in the field. Made from a medium weight, 100% clean crop Belgian linen, its A line shape is both functional and flattering. Made to last with specially placed pockets for all of your most often used tools and implements. This unlined coat dress buttons up the front and features two lower front patch pockets a divided chest pocket, and one hidden inside pocket. Adjustable tab in back. Wear at work in the studio or garden or over a slip dress when out and about. Clean crop farming supports, regional fair labor, clean water and healthy soil.
3% of your purchase on this item goes to the Sheldrick Foundation to further their amazing and necessary work.
Made in our Los Angeles studio.
Size 1 (S/M)
Size 2 (M/L)
Lightly pre washed for softness and comfort. Hand or machine wash, gentle cycle.
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