The Eco Gypsy - natural sumba cotton crochet dress

Evoking the original global gypsies who graced the hippie enclaves of Goa, Essouria, Malindi Tulum and Bali  – The Eco Gypsy was born with it’s roots firmly in the skillset and artisans of Bali and Indonesia. This Natural Sumba Dress is a handmade crochet dress that is elegant for both day and night on the beach or in town.


  • -Mid length with a tassel hem.
  • -100% Cotton.
  • -One Size.
  • -Fits like US Womens size 2 – 8.


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