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"Frida" Organic Cotton T-shirt Dress

Stylish and fun, this 100% organic cotton dress is for the Frida aficionado. No one can mistake those flowers, that mono-brow, as belonging to anyone else but the inspirational Mexican painter, and Chicana and feminist icon.

Style it with leggings, a belt, a denim jacket, or wear it alone - it'll look great any way.

About the Product:

• 100% organic ring-spun cotton
• Fabric weight: 5.3 oz/yd² (180 g/m²)
• Single jersey
• Medium fit
• Set-in sleeves
• 1×1 rib at collar
• Wide double-needle topstitch on sleeve and bottom hem
• Self-fabric neck tape (inside, back of the neck).

Size guide

  XS S M L XL
Body Length (inches) 33 ¾ 34 ⅝ 35 ⅜ 36 ¼ 36 ⅝
Chest Width (inches) 18 ¼ 19 ¼ 20 ½ 21 ⅝ 22 ¾
Sleeve Length (inches) 7 ½ 7 ½ 7 ⅞ 7 ⅞ 8 ¼
  XS S M L XL
Body Length (cm) 86 88 90 92 93
Chest Width (cm) 46 49 52 55 58
Sleeve Length (cm) 19 19 20 20 21

 

About Frida Kahlo:

Frida Kahlo was one of Mexico's greatest artists. She is known for creative and candid self-portraits, paintings inspired by the nature and artefacts of Mexico and the extraordinary vibrancy of her work. 

Kahlo was born on July 6, 1907. At the age of six, she contracted polio, which caused her to be bedridden for nine months. The disease damaged her right leg and she walked with a limp thereafter. Later in 1925, when she was a student, she was involved in a bus crash and suffered several serious injuries to her spine and pelvis, which would plague her for the rest of her life.

While recovering from the ordeal, Kahlo began painting and finished her first self-portrait the following year. After that, she continued to paint, exploring themes of identity, gender, postcolonialism and race in Mexican society. 

In 1929, she married the famed Mexican muralist Diego Rivera, and though their relationship was tempestuous and messy, they continued to support and inspire each other's work throughout their lives.

Kahlo's work tended to employ a naïve folk-art style, mixing realism with fantasy. She is often identified as a surrealist painter and her deeply personal paintings have had a profound impact on the world in which we live. 

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