117 Craig St. Parksville BC
Dancing or drinking mimosas, this femme flair dress has you covered. Easy to throw on, easier to mix ‘n match with a cardi or jacket, and eco-friendly to boot with our superstar Samba fabric.
Fit: A loose and flowy swing silhouette paired with wider straps for bra-friendly coverage.
Dress lengths by size:
Feel: Our signature Samba fabric is next to skin soft while keeping things breezy and cool. You might forget you’re wearing clothes.
Features: On-seam hand pockets stow the essentials, while anti-stank properties (thanks TENCEL™ Lyocell!) keep things fresh on warm days.
Eco: TENCEL™ Lyocell and organic cotton are both less resource intensive, bringing all the comfort without pesticides or nasty chemicals. Plus, TENCEL is sustainably sourced from FSC-certified eucalyptus trees!
Fabric Name: Samba
48% TENCEL™ Lyocell, 48% Organic Cotton, 4% Elastane
You should never have to settle. That's why we created our exclusive Samba fabric: An all-star blend of eco-friendly fibers that breathes well, has a great drape, good stretch and unparalleled resilience. A slight slub adds texture and dimension, giving it more sway in its step than conventional jersey. Look good, feel good.
Care Instructions: Machine wash cold with similar colors, gentle cycle. Do not bleach, tumble dry low, cool iron as needed. See garment tags for additional details.
Corrie Leigh Smith
Welcome to Shades of Green, I’m so glad you’re here!
When I opened the store in 2009 there wasn’t many options for sustainable, earth friendly products in our community. It was a bit hard at first to source these kinds of products but now with so many people getting on board with the Zero waste movement there’s so much more available. We love to support Local and Canadian Made products as much as possible but when we do source products made outside of North America we make sure they are Made responsibly in Fair Trade practices.
Thank you for visiting the shop and wherever you are on your earth loving journey we are here to help. Small changes everyday can make a big impact.