Every year the duo designers of Ace & Jig jet to India to get inspiration for their upcoming collections and fabrications, searching for that mesmerizing fabric "that could lead many lives, and tell many stories". Letting the silhouettes flow from what they want to wear, constantly reinterpreting natural fiber season after season, which might be why their easy-to-love clothes exude such easy to wear silhouettes. - Collared midi dress - Button front placket - Elbow length sleeves - Gathered waistline - Generous skirt, - Body pockets - Removable fabric belt (not pictured) - Ethically made in India. - 100% cotton lightweight black textured singlecloth ditsy motifs in blue - Machine wash cold on delicate cycle, tumble dry low, or dry clean.
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All about that double cloth cotton. Inspired by their love for antique textiles and unique patterns, Cary Vaughan and Jenna Wilson started Ace & Jig in 2009. Ever since then we’ve been finding our own inspiration through the Brooklyn-based fashion line’s seasonless yarn-dye stripes and rad collections of women’s wear and home goods. The designers work closely with their partners in India to create their signature, hand-woven fabrics.
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