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by Reewaya - Morocco

Abir Painted Kimono

Original price $352.00 - Original price $352.00
Original price
$352.00 - $352.00
Current price $352.00
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The Abir Painted Kimono is the ideal item to for any season. Entirely handwoven from pure linen by master tailors in Morocco, the kimono features intricate embroidered patterns along the length of the front edge and on the sleeves, placed in an asymmetric order that gives the kimono an added touch of lightness and airiness.

The large pocket is the attention-stealing feature that really sets this design apart, hand painted and embroidered with abstract shapes and colors in calming hues of blues and pinks, the palette reminds one of the light and shades of the Moroccan seaside, taking you on a daydreaming journey as soon as you wear it.


Shoulders: 19” (48cm)
Sleeves length: 21” (53cm)
Bust Circumference: 44” (110cm)
Full Length: 52” (130cm)
Weight: 1.32lb (0.59kg)



  • Eco-friendly item.

Please note, this item is made to order and will take 5 days to create. Once it is ready, it will be delivered to you within 10-14 business days.

Free shipping on all orders over $100! Shipping time is up to 14 business days.
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If for any reason, you are unhappy with the item you ordered, you have 14 days to return or exchange it, as long as it is unused and is in perfect condition. Return shipping is free for orders above $100, and at the customer’s expense for orders below $100.
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    Tunis-born architect and designer Sanaa Chaabi had an eclectic and international education that allowed her to blend her biggest passions - fashion design, architecture, and art - in her brand Reewaya once settled in Morocco.

    Meaning tale in Arabic, Reewaya is an experimental collaboration where designer, tailors, and embroiderers test new materials, update ancestral techniques and craft contemporary clothing inspired by Moroccan culture, pieces of wearable art that look unique and tell a story. Read more
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