Kayin Ruffle Dress
*This item is a pre-order. Anticipated ship date is late May 2022.
About the Print:
Our unique Kayin print is inspired by adire - an indigo-dyed cloth made in southwestern Nigeria by Yoruba women. When I traveled to Nigeria as a teen, I was particularly drawn to the adire fabrics I saw hanging in local markets. The striking designs drew me in, and I was even more amazed when I learned about the traditional dye process undergone to create these beautiful fabrics. The memories of seeing adire in the markets were with me as I worked with print designer Shadé Akanbi to design our Ade + Ayo take on adire. The Kayin collection pays homage to the traditional fabric, capturing the varying shades of indigo that emerge through the dyeing process and bringing the beauty of adire to play-ready clothing. We've named this print Kayin because it means "celebrated child" in Yoruba.
About the Style:
Say hello to your new favorite baby dress! Adorable ruffles, snaps on the back for ease getting over baby’s head and a built in diaper cover with snap closure. The dress has it all! Made with our lightweight organic cotton this dress has a breezy and comfortable feel, perfect for summer exploration.
- Super soft and lightweight 100% organic cotton
- Snaps on back for easy dressing and undressing
- Snaps on bottom so changing is a breeze
- Printed label on inside back to keep baby comfortable
- Machine washable for easy care
Colors may vary slightly from how they appear on a computer/smartphone screen.
Due to the nature of fabrics and print processes, this print may or may not be the exact same shade, hue, or tone of a previous release of this same print.
Kayin Ruffle Dress
Loved the stuffed elephant and the dress I purchased! Awesome customer service
The dress is soft and well made. It’s for my new granddaughter who is due in June so can’t speak to fit. Was sent an email about the delay and really appreciated the communication
Soft cotton; beautiful pattern; vibrant blue color. Also ordered the yellow (Berbere) dress - love them both! Definitely recommend.
I think this is my favorite pattern (thus far). The blue is so sumptuous and it reminds me of the color of the Mediterranean Sea. I could see myself wearing a dress with this pattern the next time I am blessed to be in Antibe ; ) Seriously, though, it is such a beautiful fabric and the colors are vibrantly rich and the cut of the dress is perfect for our tiny diva. It's not too short, but not so long as to get in the way of her playing (she's a diva, but she's also a future gymnast I think) the fabric has washed well with no fading and although its bamboo, it doesn't wrinkle. In short, I truly do want a dress made of this fabric for myself! LOL