What is Bias cut ?
Bias cut means to ‘be cut on the grain’. Rather than following the straight line of the weave, the bias cut places the pattern at a 45° angle on the woven fabric. At this angle, the ‘warp’ and ‘weft’ threads give the fabric more of an elastic ‘stretch.’ The bias cut is popular for accentuating body-lines and creating more fluid curves or soft drapes. It was championed in the 1920s by Madeleine Vionnet and later became one of John Galliano’s signature style.
This beautiful tree print in green and brown shades is a great addition to your wardrobe! Style it with the matching blouse or with a simple t-shirt or knit.
Attention: each piece is different and the print does not always look like on these pictures.
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