Simple, minimalistic cut of the dress was enriched with goatskin elements, inspired by medieval armlets. Armlets were a protective leather covers worn on the forearm by archers. In such a styling you can shoot not only the bow!
36/38 – bust - 82 cm, total length - 77 cm, sleeve - 51 cm
38/40 - bust - 84 cm, total length - 78 cm, sleeve - 52 cm
40/42 - bust - 86 cm, total length - 79 cm, sleeve - 53 cm
material: cotton, goatskin
Made in Poland.
Each product offered by Hedoco can be returned within 14 days from delivery date.
The returned product must be clean, branded, with no signs of use.
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The Hedoco SPRING 2014 collection can be try on in our showroom on appointment.
The spring collection by Hedoco was inspired by Middle Ages. The proposition refers to the unknown aspects of medieval fashion offering a wealth of original cuts, far from the popular vision of the Middle Ages.
Medieval garments are, above all, very comfortable, thus we paid special attention to the comfort of wearing. Clothes emphasize the figure and are tailored, while also providing freedom of movements. We combined the original glamourous inspirations and construction solutions used in Middle Ages with contemporary fabrics and finishings, simultaneously aspiring to maintain the characteristics of Hedoco – geometric minimalism. This way, we modernized the old forms and created a brand new quality at the same time.
The final effect is achieved by using high quality materials: cotton, silk, wool and natural leather. Colours of the spring collection are toned down, but not banal. Dominated by whites, greys and grenades in conjunction with burgundy and shades of pink.
The collection is addressed to women who want to look elegant and uniquely, who value the comfort along with the quality of clothes and are able to perceive and appreciate the nuances of the cut.
Hedoco SPRING 2014 collection was created in collaboration with the lovers of historical reconstruction - Agata Jędrzejewska and Michał Kwasieborski.