Our recycled sari clothing comes from collecting an array of vibrant coloured and intricately patterned secondhand fabrics from homes all over India. They are then given a new lease of life by being taken to a small factory in Rajasthan where talented tailors transform these beautiful textiles into unique pieces of clothing.
With this fabric's fiery red flowers and forest landscape, we have named this piece 'Angarika' an Indian girls name meaning 'flame coloured flower, and flame of the forest.'
With every sale of our sari clothing a donation will be given to the Railway Children, a charity that fights for the protection of street children in India, East Africa and the UK. With each purchase £5 will be given to the Railway Children, which is enough to feed a child 3 meals a day for a week in a shelter in India.
The dress comes in one size but has an elasticated waistband with longs strips of silky fabric which can be tied round the bust, shoulders and back in many different ways for the perfect fit. Amy wears it here with a polo neck for colder, winter days.