Ginkgo Leaf Maxi Wrap in Pale Mint

Ginkgo Leaf Maxi Wrap in Pale Mint

$168.00 Regular Price
$84.00Sale Price

The ginkgo tree is considered a living fossil-- the oldest surviving species of tree known to exist, with a botanical history spanning more than 200 million years. In Japan, the Ginkgo is a symbol of endurance and vitality. Its incredibly long lifespan is due in part to its remarkable resistance to disease and pests. It is also considered a symbol of hope and peace in its native land of China, and that representation is widely demonstrated in Chinese literature and art. 

 

Fit Details 

This dress fits true to size and is based on Anthropologie's sizing. Please refer to our size guide below to ensure you choose the right fit for you.
 

Designer Details

All of Symbology's products are made by hand by women artisans who use traditional art techniques. We are committed to sustainable manufacturing practices, paying livable wages to our artisans and using eco friendly dyes. 

 

Dress Details

  • Dry clean 
  • Wrap style, crosses slightly above knee
  • Hand printed in India
Sizes Available
  • Maker's Story

    Symbology is out to make fair trade sexy. We merge artisanal fabric techniques with fashion forward designs that give our customers a one-of-a-kind item that connects women in a global community.

    Each collection showcases a series of motifs and symbols that are imbued with meaning, reflecting the deep heritage behind the piece. Many cultures in disparate parts of the world, throughout different eras, have used strikingly similar motifs in their art forms--a reflection of our shared humanity, which founder Marissa Heyl used as inspiration to name the company Symbology. 

    ARTISAN PARTNERS

    Symbology uses fashion as a platform to empower women, preserve handmade crafts and provide sustained employment and fair wages to marginalized artisans. Each piece is handcrafted by women artisans in developing countries using traditional fabric techniques like block printing, tie dye and embroidery.

    We believe that the well-being of our artisans is central to who we are as a company, which is why we pay each of our artisans a livable wage, allowing them to provide for their families. Through sustained work opportunities and involvement in the design process, our artisan partners can affect change not just in their own lives, but our world.