The Druguay Bamboo Maxi Dress combines a scoop neck, wide shoulder straps and high back with a long skirt to create an elegant dress suitable to wear all year round.
Woven from breathable fabric which is 95% viscose made from organic bamboo & 5% spandex, this dress is so soft to have on it will quickly become a prized addition to your wardrobe, coordinating with and complementing many items you already have.
'Druguay' is Indigenous Australia for Shooting Star.
Sizes: XS-XXL - click here for size chart
Colours Available: Black, Blue, Charcoal, Coral, Natural, Purple and Teal
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LOVE IT!!! Haven't taken it off since it arrived in the mail. I'm planning on buying one in each colour... Liz on 27th Nov 2015
As an eco-fashion and beauty blogger and journalist, I have experienced my fair share of bamboo clothing, but I can truly say none have impressed me the way this line has. The "Druguay" Maxi Dress has only been in my possession for just under a week, but already it is my favourite dress. (Which says a lot as i literally own over 50 dresses). Why? Because it feels like second skin and makes me look and feel like a Goddess. I'm serious, it hugs and lifts in all the right places. I was concerned that it might be too fitted for my body type (I'm curvy), but it seems to hide flaws and maximize my best features. It is light as air, extremely breathable and simply stunning. The cut if perfect and simple, yet has a classic elegance to it, and the versatility is something I really appreciate. I will wear this as is until the weather gets cooler, at which point I will layer it with a cardigan or jacket and ankle boots, and a pretty scarf. I want one in every colour! Mine is in teal, and it must suit me because I get compliments from strangers every time I wear it. I can't recommend this reds enough, I think it should be in every woman's wardrobe. I am so proud to own this perfect dress!! -Stephanie Deline www.sheissoeco.wordpress.com Stephanie Deline on 29th Aug 2014