If I were a business woman I would stop making knitted dresses and focus on sweaters or shorts. It is our most underpriced item, and the number of customers understanding the particularities of a knitting dress is not as large as it is for a traditional sweater. It takes more than twice the amount of resources to make a dress versus a sweater, and the public expectations of how a dress should sit on the body are based on tailored dresses from woven fabric. What I considered the charm and particularity of a knitted dress – the elasticity, plasticity, the kind hug it offers our body and skin, the shape changing ability as our body change, the comfort, the elegance that comes from the confidence needed to wear a knitted dress are an aqquired taste. While the tailored dresses are stored best on hangers, a knitted dress should be kept folded, as its weight may make it longer while stored on a hanger. This sounds probably like I am writing a acse against buying a knited dress, but I am just trying to make sure our customers have the right expectations about a beautiful knitted dress.
This particular dress, Bianca, is one of my favourites for its shape, and for the geometrical cable shape that elongates visually. The rumour is one of the beautiful models we worked with regularly fell in love with it the moment it touched her skin during a photoshoot and and never let it go 😊,
I hope you will , too.
You can choose colors, sizing and length for this dress as well.